Publications

Centre for Remote Health

# Title Authors Year
161 Population and mobility in the town camps of Alice Springs: a report prepared by Tangentyere Council Research Unit
http://www.tangentyere.org.au/publications/research_reports/DKCRC-Report-9-Population-and-Mobility-in-the-town-camps-of-Alice-Springs.pdf
Foster D;Mitchell J;Ulrik J;Williams R 2005
162 Potential primary health care savings for chronic disease care associated with Australian Aboriginal involvement in land management Campbell D;Burgess CP;Garnett ST;Wakerman J 2011
163 Predictability of Recurrence using Immunohistochemistry to delineate Surgical Margins in mucosal Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma (PRISM-HNSCC): study protocol for a prospective, observational and bilateral study in Australia and India Joseph S;Janakiraman R;Chacko G;Jayaraj R;Thomas M 2017
164 Prevocational exposure to public health in the Kimberley: A pathway to rural, remote and public health practice Hofer A;Parker J;Atkinson D;Moore S;Reeve C;Mak DB 2014
165 Primary health care in rural and remote Australia: achieving equity of access and outcomes through national reform, a discussion paper commissioned by the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission
http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/key-resources/bibliography?lid=16508
Humphreys J;Wakerman J 2008
166 Principles-based counselling and psychotherapy: A Method of Levels approach Carey T;Mansell W;Tai SJ 2015
167 Psychosocial safety climate as an antecedant of work characteristics adn psychological strain: A multilevel model Dollard M;Opie T;Lenthall S;Wakerman J;Knight s;Dunn S 2012
168 Public health and war - balancing security, sovereignty and public safety Grundy J;Williams R 2002
169 Qualitative Exploration of a client-centred, goal-directed approach to community-based occupational therapy for adults with traumatic brain injury
http://ajot.aota.org/article.aspx?articleid=1869963
Doig E;Fleming J;Cornwell L;Kuipers P 2009
170 Re-Imagining Indigenous Education for Health, Wellbeing and Sustainable Development in Remote Australia Schultz R;Abbott T;Yamaguchi J;Cairney S 2018
171 Re-orienting a remote acute care model towards a primary health care approach: key enablers
http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/printviewnew.asp?ArticleID=2942
Humphreys J;Wakerman J;Carter M;Carroll V;Reeve C 2015
172 Realising economies in the joint supply of health and environmental services in Aboriginal Central Australia
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Campbell D;Davies J;Wakerman J 2007
173 Realist Evaluation of a remote hospital programme in the context of Australian health care reforms Reddy S 2015
174 Reducing occupational stress among registered nurses in very remote Australia: A participatory action research approach Lenthall S;Wakerman J;Dollard M;Dunn S;Knight S;Opie T;Rickard G;MacLeod M 2017
175 Reducing occupational stress among registered nurses in very remote Australia: A participatory action research approach Lenthall S;Wakerman J;Dollard M;Dunn S;Knight S;Opie T;Rickard G;MacLeod M 2018
176 Reducing the Risk of violence towards remote area nurses: A violence management toolbox McCullough K;Lenthall S;Williams S;Andrew L 2012
177 Remote health Wakerman J;Lenthall S 2002
178 Remote Health Practice Lenthall S;Dade Smith J 2016
179 Remote pharmacy services: A student perspective Mahendrarajah P;Speare T 2015
180 Report of the investigation into the disappearance and subsequent death of an elderly gentleman transferred from Katherine Hospital to Kalkaringi in August 2006 Chalmers E 2007