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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. Work practices of primary health care workers in urban and rural health facilities in south-west Nigeria.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):47 (2008) PMID 18186722

  2. ARNM: future directions for Australian rural nurses and midwives.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):49 (2008) PMID 18186723

  3. Health and wellbeing of older people in Anglo-Australian and Italian-Australian communities: a rural-urban comparison.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):5 (2008) PMID 18186716

    The health and wellbeing of urban and rural Anglo- and Italian-Australian residents was compared using five domains which are deemed to influence the outcome 'ageing well'. The five domains included physical and functional status, social supports, material resources, activity and leisure, and me...
  4. Effect of climate change on Australian rural and remote regions: what do we know and what do we need to know?

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):2 (2008) PMID 18186715

    This paper addresses a very important issue in Australian rural and remote regions: the effects of climate change on various aspects including natural resources, agricultural activity, population health, and social and economic development. The objective is to briefly characterise the consequenc...
  5. How do registered nurses define rurality?

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):28 (2008) PMID 18186719

    The objective of this analysis was to identify the meaning of rurality for registered nurses (RNs) practising in rural and remote Canada. An existing Statistics Canada definition was used to stratify Canada's 10 provinces into urban and rural areas. As part of a national multi-method study, a ra...
  6. Trichomonas vaginalis in Vanuatu.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):23 (2008) PMID 18186718

    To assess the prevalence of Trichomonas vaginalis in two island populations of Vanuatu using the Pap smear as the screening technique. Women were randomly selected from specific sites on the islands of Efate (urban setting) and Ambae (rural setting). Pap smears were collected, screened and repor...
  7. Climate change and the rural health workforce.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):1 (2008) PMID 18186714

  8. Rural temperament and character: a new perspective on retention of rural doctors.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):12 (2008) PMID 18186717

    This exploratory study serves as a starting point to establish a psychobiological profile for rural GPs. The overall aim is to describe how individual levels and combinations of temperament (mildly heritable) and character (influenced by sociocultural learning) traits allow GPs to flourish or fa...
  9. Prevalence and predictors of depressive symptoms among rural older Australians and Americans.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):33 (2008) PMID 18186720

    To examine the predictors of depressive symptoms among older married rural Australian and American men and women, using comparable measures from two separate studies. Postal survey for Australians; telephone interviews for Americans. Rural Australia (six states and two territories) and America (...
  10. New Zealand rural primary health care workforce in 2005: more than just a doctor shortage.

    Australian Journal of Rural Health 16(1):40 (2008) PMID 18186721

    To obtain a 2005 snapshot of New Zealand (NZ) rural primary health care workforce, specifically GPs, general practice nurses and community pharmacists. Postal questionnaires, November 2005. NZ-wide rural general practices and community pharmacies. Rural general practice managers, GPs, nurses, co...