Centre for Rural Health

2003 Publications

Albert, EG, Mickan, S*, ‘Closing the gap and widening the scope’, Australian Family Physician, 32 (12) 1038-1043 (2003) [A1]

Albert, EG, Hansen, EC, Hughes, CJ, ‘Grassroots research: How to have a stab at your first project and succeed’, Australian Family Physician, (2003) [A1]

Albert, EG, ‘Phenytoin for the prevention of motion sickness’, The Medical Journal of Australia, 178 (11) 575-576 (2003) [A3]

Albert, EG, Francis, HW*, Elkerton, A*, ‘Whiplash: still a pain in the neck’, Australian Family Physician, 32 (3) 152-157 (2003) [A1]

Ashley, E, Frendin, SM, Szurogajlo-Gralak, B*, ‘'We did it our way' - Sustainable self-management in a polish community: Applying the concept of lifelong learning and the Ottawa Charter principles in the community development process’, Guiding us Forward: National Chronic Condition Self-Management Conference, Melbourne, 33 (2003) [F3]

Ashley, E, ‘Bi-cultural perspectives of the adaption of the Lorig course: Experiences and issues for sustainability’, Sharing Health Care Initiative 'Early Wins' Workshop Proceedings, Hobart, 214-218 (2003) [F2]

Auckland, SRJ, Venter, LM, ‘Medication Management for Nurses Package’, Teaching Matters 2003, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F3]

Campbell, A*, Walker, JH, Farrell, GA, ‘Confirmatory factor analysis of the GHQ-12: can I see that again?’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 37 (4) 475-483 (2003) [A1]

Cane, RJ, ‘Applying primary health care principles to dental service delivery in rural communities in Tasmania’, Proceedings of the 7th National Rural Health Conference, Hobart, 1 (2003) [F3]

Cooper, R*, Brown, L*, Smith, T*, Dalton, L, Walker, JH, Bull, R, ‘Meeting the Challenges of Multiprofessional Education: Comparison of Northern New South Wales and Tasmanian Experiences’, Towards Equity in Education, Training and Health Care Delivery, Newcastle, 162 (2003) [F3]

Dalton, L, Spencer, J, Dunn, M, Albert, EG, Walker, JH, Farrell, GA, ‘Re-thinking approaches to undergraduate health professional education: Interdisciplinary rural placement program’, COLLEGIAN, 10 (1) 17-21 (2003) [A1]

Dalton, L, Spencer, J, Bull, R, ‘The Interprofessional Rural Program’, Teaching Matters 2003, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F3]

Frendin, SM, Leitch, R, Lake, P*, ‘Empowering the community to support self-management - People, programs and politics’, Sharing Health Care Initiative 'Early Wins' Workshop Proceedings, Hobart, 133-135 (2003) [F2]

Frendin, SM, ‘Project Managers Reflect: Insights, Learnings and the road ahead’, Sharing Health Care Initiative 'Early Wins' Workshop Proceedings, Hobart, 244-248 (2003) [F2]

Frendin, SM, ‘Self-Management: A new era dawns’, Australian Journal of Primary Health, 9 (2&3) 102-104 (2003) [A4]

Gill, GF, Blackmore, K, Geraghty, DP, FitzGerald, DG, ‘The impact of an ageing population on the demand for GP services’, General Practice and Primary Health Care Research Conference, Canberra, 144-145 (2003) [F3]

Howarth, H, Walker, JH, Rumble, RH, ‘Do rural pharmacies really do health promotion outside pharmacies? Preliminary results for rural health’, Proceedings of the 7th National Rural Health Conference, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F2]

Le, Q, ‘Polycom ViaVideo for Rural health strengths and weaknesses’, Teaching Matters 2003, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F3]

Le, T, Le, Q, ‘Learning How to Conform: Freedom or Fear?’, The State of Education: Quantity, Quality and Outcomes, Oxford UK, 200-201 (2003) [F3]

Marriot, J*, Bull, R, Galbraith, K*, Simpson, M*, Taylor, S*, Rose, M*, Howarth, H, Best, D*, Leversha, A*, ‘Process of development of a national preceptor training strategy’, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia 26th Federal Conference Program Handbook, Canberra, 162 (2003) [F3]

Marriot, JL*, Bull, R, Simpson, M*, Galbraith, K*, Taylor, S*, Leversha, A*, Rose, M*, Walker, JH, Howarth, H, Best, D*, ‘Development of a National Preceptor Training Program for Pharmacists’, Abstracts FIP/PAC 2003, Sydney, Australia, 60 (2003) [F3]

MInstrell, M, Walker, JH, Hughes, CJ, ‘Potentials in supportive cancer care: specialist breast nurse devevelopment, implementation and research’, Essentials, Differentials and Potentials in Health Program and Abstracts, Brisbane, 87 (2003) [F3]

Orpin, P, Frendin, SM, ‘A time for every purpose - Patience is a virute in effecting change’, Guiding us Forward: National Chronic Condition Self-Management Conference, Melbourne, 30 (2003) [F3]

Orpin, P, ‘Capturing the ripples: Charting the flow-on effects of a facilitation and coordination approach’, Sharing Health Care Initiative 'Early Wins' Workshop Proceedings, Hobart, 66-71 (2003) [F2]

Orpin, P, ‘Program evaluation: a tale of lost opportunities’, Proceedings of the 7th National Rural Health Conference, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F1]

Prentice, SA, Fletcher, NS, ‘Are we reaching the right people? An interactive discussion and sharing of ideas around marketing and recruitment’, Sharing Health Care Initiative 'Early Wins' Workshop Proceedings, Hobart, 99-101 (2003) [F2]

Prentice, SA, Leitch, R, Fletcher, NS, Frendin, SM, ‘Developers: Who needs them anyway?’, Guiding us Forward: National Chronic Condition Self-Management Conference, Melbourne, 123 (2003) [F3]

Stirling, CM, ‘'Working with communities' to 'build social capital' - Reflecting on old and new thinking about volunteers’, The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 18 (4) 12-17 (2003) [A1]

Stirling, CM, ‘An Australian perspective on educational and operational support issues impacting on Rural Ambulance Volunteers’, Queensland Rural and Remote Communities Amublance Service Delivery Workshop, Townsville, EJ (2003) [F3]

Stirling, CM, Walker, JH, Lennox, G*, ‘Flexible, Focused Training: Keeps Volunteer Ambulance Officers’, Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care, 1 (1-2) EJ (2003) [A1]

Stirling, CM, Healthy choices: health is everybody's business, Huon Valley Council, Hobart, 30 (2003) [L1]

Stirling, CM, ‘Is it time to re-assess the role of Ambulance Officers?’, The 2003 National Pre-Hospital Care Conference: Expanding Horizons A Fresh Perspective, Hobart, 27 (2003) [F3]

Stirling, CM, Walker, JH, ‘Volunteer ambulance officers find a voice’, Proceedings of the 7th National Rural Health Conference, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F1]

Stirling, CM, ‘Volunteers - Training and Retention’, The Jubilee Year :Changing Face of Emergency Management, Melbourne, 21-25 (2003) [F2]

Walker, JH, ‘Changing perceptions in medical education: the emergence of rural clinical schools as levers for change’, AMEE 2003: Relevance in Medical Education, Bern, Switzerland, 4.68 (2003) [F3]

Walker, JH, Bull, R, Dalton, L, ‘Inter-professional practice and education in rural health: developing an evidence base’, Research and Development in Higher Education, Volume 26 - Learning for an unkown future, Christchurch, New Zealand, 576-583 (2003) [F1]

Walker, JH, Le, Q, ‘Polycom viavideo for rural health: a Tasmanian evaluative study’, 6th Wonca World Rural Health Conference: Book of Abstracts, Santiago de Compostela ,Spain, 103-104 (2003) [F3]

Whetton, SG, Walker, JH, ‘Building a Socio-Technical Emphasis (and more) into a Graduate program’, HIC 2003 RACGP 12CC Proceedings, Sydney, Australia, EJ (2003) [F1]

Whetton, SG, ‘E-Health (Health Informatics) online: Newbie to Nerd, catering for all’, Teaching Matters 2003, Hobart, EJ (2003) [F3]

Winzenberg, TM, Higginbotham, N*, ‘Factors affecting the intention of providers to deliver more effective continuing medical education to general practitioners: a pilot study’, BMC Medical Education, 3 (December) EJ (2003) [A1]