Centre for Remote Health



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# Title Authors Year
1 "Better health in the bush': why we urgently need a national rural and remote health strategy Wakerman J;Humphreys J 2019
2 "If it wasn't for OTDs, there would be no AMS": overseas-trained doctors working in rural and remote Aboriginal health settings
Giles MT;Wakerman J;Durey A 2008
3 "People like numbers": a descriptive study of cognitive assessment methods in clinical practice for Aboriginal Australians in the Northern Territory
Dingwall KM;Pinkerton JP;Lindeman MA 2013
4 "Rural health is subjective, everyone sees it differently": Understandings of rural health among Australian stakeholders Bourke L;Taylor J;Humphreys J;Wakerman J 2013
5 "You've got to make it relevant": barriers and ways forward for assessing cognition in Aboriginal clients
Dingwall KM;Lindeman MA;Cairney S 2014
6 'Making evidence count': A framework to monitor the impact of health services research Buykx P;Humphreys J;Wakerman J;Perkins D;Lyle D;McGrail M;Kinsman L 2012
7 'Sounding the Alarm' Jennifer Cramer (2005) Lenthall S 2006
8 8 Romeo Delta Quebec to VJD Knight S 2005
9 A biopsychosocial model based on negative feedback and control
Carey T;Mansell W;Tai SJ 2014
10 A case study in strategic change: developing a strategic research program to address cardiovascular disease and related disorders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and rural and remote settings
Field P;Wakerman J 2002
11 A comprehensive health service evaluation and monitoring framework Reeve C;Humphreys J;Wakerman J 2015
12 A needs analysis of alcohol related service delivery in the Katherine Region - An Aboriginal Community Controlled Approach
Casey S;Entwistle P;Entwistle D 2012
13 A perceptual control revolution? Mansell W;Carey T 2015
14 A qualitative study of a social and emotional well-being service for a remote Indigneous Australian community: implications for access, effectiveness, and sustainability
Carey T 2013
15 A question of balance: why health systems are failing to reduce inequalities in remote Australia Grundy J 2001
16 A question of perspective
Carey T 2011
17 A Realist Case Study of a Regional Hospital’s Response to Improve Emergency Department Access in the Context of Australian Health Care Reforms Reddy S;Carey T;Wakerman J 2016
18 A Systematic Review Investigating theComparative Effectiveness and Efficiency of aMulti Clinician Stepped Care Workforce Vs. aSingle Clinician Stepped Care Workforce forDelivering Psychological Treatment Carey T;Damarell RA 2018
19 A ‘key worker’ model to improve service pathways for Aboriginal people with dementia in remote Central Australia
Lindeman MA;Jensen H;Bell D;Farthing A 2014
20 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners in rural areas: credentialing, context and capacity building
Kuipers P;Harvey D;Lindeman MA;Stothers K 2014