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Australian Journal of Rural Health

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  1. Who provides care for people dying of cancer? A comparison of a rural and metropolitan cohort in a South Australian bereaved population stud...

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 23(1):24 (2015) PMID 25689380

    To examine and compare urban and rural palliative care service availability and patterns of care from randomised, population-based surveys of caregivers of people at the end of life. Survey responses on the death of 'someone close' from 23,588 interviews of South Australians conducted between 2001 a...
  2. Bibliometric analysis on Australian rural health publications from 2006 to 2012.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 22(4):189 (2014) PMID 25123623

    To review Australian rural health (ARH) publications in PubMed from 2006 to 2012 and address ARH issues raised by the 2013 Health and Medical Research report. Retrospective observational study. Internet-based bibliometric analysis using PubMed. MEDLINE-indexed ARH publications from 2006 to 2012 were...
  3. Rural New South Wales women's access to abortion services: highlights from an exploratory qualitative study.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 22(3):121 (2014) PMID 25039846

    The aim of the study was to identify factors that New South Wales (NSW) rural women experience in relation to their ability to access an abortion service and follow-up care. The qualitative responses from interviews are reported. Rural and regional NSW. Staff from community based non-government Wome...
  4. Bilateral spigelian hernias: diagnosis and treatment in a regional hospital.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 22(1):45 (2014) PMID 24461000

  5. An exploration of the priority remote health personnel give to the development of the Indigenous Health Worker oral health role and why: une...

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 21(5):274 (2013) PMID 24118150

    This research was undertaken to explore the priority given by remote area health personnel to the development of the oral health role of Indigenous Health Workers and the rationale for this prioritisation. Semistructured individual interviews and focus group interviews were undertaken with remote ar...
  6. Simple cost analysis of a rural dental training facility in Australia.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 21(3):158 (2013) PMID 23782283

    Student clinical placements away from the university dental school clinics are an integral component of dental training programs. In 2009, the School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Griffith University, commenced a clinical placement in a remote rural community in Australia. This paper presents a simp...
  7. Electronic records suggest suboptimal management of chronic kidney disease in general practice.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(4):195 (2012) PMID 22827427

    To examine electronic records of GP management of chronic kidney disease. Cross-sectional study. Thirteen general practices. Fifteen thousand four hundred and fiftteen active patients aged 50 years and over.   Recorded estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) and diabetes, and rate of prescribing...
  8. CRANAplus 30th National Conference in Cairns Queensland 24-27 October 2012.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3):166 (2012) PMID 22620482

  9. In the wake of the 2009 Gippsland fires: young adults' perceptions of post-disaster social supports.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3):119 (2012) PMID 22620475

    To explore young (18-27 years) rural adults' experience of both formal and informal social support networks post-bushfire. To inform delivery of social support services for young adults post-bushfire. Qualitative: semi-structured, face-to-face interviews with transcripts analysed using thematic cont...
  10. Design, implementation and initial assessment of the Northern Territory Point-of-Care Testing Program.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(1):16 (2012) PMID 22250872

    The objective of the study was to improve pathology services in selected remote health centres from the Northern Territory (NT) through the implementation of a quality managed point-of-care pathology testing (POCT) service. Study of the efficacy of the POCT service after 1 year and qualitative surve...