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Australian Journal of Rural Health

Print ISSN
1038-5282
Electronic ISSN
1440-1584
Impact factor
1.07
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1440-1584
Usage rank
3957
Article count
986
Free count
20
Free percentage
0.020284
PDFs via platforms
Proquest, CSA, Ovid from 2001, Wiley from 1992, Rcgp, Ingenta, and Gale

  1. Rural patients' experiences of the open disclosure of adverse events.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 22(4):197 (2014) PMID 25123624

    To analyse rural patients' and their families' experiences of open disclosure and offer recommendations to improve disclosure in rural areas. Retrospective qualitative study based on a subset of 13 semistructured, in-depth interviews with rural patients from a larger dataset. The larger data set for...
  2. Do not move the furniture and other advice for new remote area nurses (RANs).

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(1):44 (2012) PMID 22250878

  3. Does routine psychological screening of newly diagnosed rural cancer patients lead to better patient outcomes? Results of a pilot study.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 17(6):298 (2009) PMID 19930195

    Psychological screening did not increase rates of referral to psychosocial support staff for patients with psychological morbidity. However, given the methodological limitations of this pilot study, the results should be interpreted with caution. The DT was found to have acceptable sensitivity and s...
  4. The rural nurse-practitioner: concepts and issues.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 4(3):171 (1996) PMID 9437141

    This paper reviews concepts, issues and research findings related to the role of the nurse-practitioner; in particular, findings related to the role of the rural nurse-practitioner are considered. Issues related to the nurse-practitioner, including effectiveness, physician acceptance, client accepta...
  5. Renal failure in Arnhem Land: missed opportunities for prevention and treatment.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 4(2):61 (1996) PMID 9437125

    Our understanding of these causes is quite embryonic. Despite several years of lobbying by Aboriginal health organisations the Northern Territory government has no coherent plans for ongoing prevention and management of kidney problems, and no services outside the main urban centres. The issues invo...
  6. How would you recognise a good review?

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 22(4):143 (2014) PMID 25123615

  7. CRANAplus 31st National Conference - 25-28 September 2013.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 21(1):53 (2013) PMID 23384139

  8. Experience of overseas-trained health professionals in rural and remote areas of destination countries: a literature review.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(4):175 (2012) PMID 22827424

    This study aimed to review and synthesise existing literature that investigated the experience of overseas-trained health professionals (OTHPs) in rural and remote areas of destination countries. A systematic literature review was conducted using electronic databases and manual search of studies pub...
  9. Cardiovascular risk factors and psychological distress in Australian farming communities.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3):131 (2012) PMID 22620477

      This study group of farming men and women exhibited an increased prevalence of CVD risk factors and co-morbidities. The findings indicate a positive association between psychological distress and risk for developing CVD, particularly in the older farmers. If the younger cohort were to maintain el...
  10. Food scarcity, not economic constraint limits consumption in a rural Aboriginal community.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3):108 (2012) PMID 22620473

    To determine whether food scarcity or economic constraint is more strongly associated with purchasing patterns in a rural Aboriginal community. Store receipts were collected to determine money spent in the community shop across a four-month period from January to April 2006. Variability in expenditu...