Publications
Centre for Remote Health
# Title Authors Year
101 Health professional students’ rural placement satisfaction and rural practice intentions: a national cross-sectional survey Smith T;Sutton K;Pit S;Muyambi K;Terry D;Farthing A;Courtney C;Cross M 2017
102 Healthy country, healthy people? Burgess CP;Johnston FH;Bowman DMJS;Whitehead P 2005
103 Helping policy-makers address rural health access problems Russell DJ;Humphreys J;Ward B;Chisolm M;Buykx P;McGrail M;Wakerman J 2013
104 How do small rural primary health care services sustain themselves in a constantly changing health system environment?
http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1472-6963-12-81.pdf
Buykx P;Humphreys J;Tham R;Kinsman L;Wakerman J;Asaid A;Tuohey K 2012
105 How do we assess teacher quality? Carey T 2011
106 How does your enthusiasm rate Carey T 2011
107 How far can systematic reviews inform policy development for 'wicked' rural health services problems?
http://www.publish.csiro.au/?act=view_file&file_id=AH090592.pdf
Humphreys JS;Kuipers P;Wakerman J;Wells R;Jones J;Kinsman L 2009
108 Identification of real and artifactual moderators of effect size in Meta-Analysis Collins M;Carey T 2015
109 Identifying an appropriate Content Management System to develop Clinical practice guidelines: A perspective Reddy S;Herring SE;Gray AO 2015
110 Impact of community participation in primary health care: what is the evidence? Bath J;Wakerman J 2013
111 Improving access to psychological treatment with patient-led appointment scheduling. Carey T 2016
112 Improving knowledge about the effectiveness of psychotherapy Donald IN;Carey T 2017
113 Improving preventive health care in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary care settings Bailie J;Matthews V;Laycock A;Schultz R;Burgess CP;Peiris D;Larkins S;Bailie R 2017
114 Improving primary health care workforce retention in small rural and remote communities: How important is ongoing education and training?
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Humphreys J;Wakerman J;Wells R;Kuipers P;Jones J;Entwistle P;Harvey P 2007
115 Improving Professional Psychological Practice Through an Increased Repertoire of Research Methodologies: Illustrated by the Development of MOL. Professional Psychology Carey T;Tai S;Mansell W;Huddy V;Griffiths R;Marken R 2017
116 Improving the Quality of Life of Palliative and Chronic Disease Patients and Carers in Remote Australia with the Establishment of a Day Respite Facility Carey T;Schouten K;Wakerman J;Humphreys J;Miegel F;Murphy S;Arundell M 2016
117 Indigenous patient migration patterns after hospitalisation and the potential impacts on mortality estimates Zhao Y;Condon JR;Qin Li S;Guthridge S;Chondur R 2013
118 Indigenous persons with disability in remote Australia: research methodology and Indigenous community control Gilroy J;Dew A;Lincoln M;Ryall L;Jensen H;Taylor K;Arton R;McRae K;Flood V 2018
119 Indigenous research - a personal perspective
http://www.racgp.org.au/afp/200510/4478
Curtis A 2005
120 Indigenous services study: Lungurra Ngoora community care final report
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Carroll E;Smith K;Flicker L;LoGiudice D;Shadforth F;Ralph N;Lindeman MA;Almeida O;Atkinson D;Schaper F;Lautenschlager N 2010