Centre for Rural Health

2005 Publications

Abbott-Chapman, JA, Kilpatrick, SI, 'Community Efficacy and Social Capital: Modelling how communities deliver outcomes for members', Proceedings of Making Knowledge Work - PASCAL International Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland, 209-216 (2005) [F1]

Abbott-Chapman, JA, 'Competing Discourses in Australian Higher Education: Giving Voice to the Public Intellectual', ISAA Review: The Journal of the Independent Scholars Association of Australia Inc, 4 (1) 14-21 (2005) [A1]

Abbott-Chapman, JA, 'Let's keep our Beginning Teachers', Principal Matters: Journal for Secondary School Leaders in Aus. & NZ (65) 2-4 (2005) [A3]

Auckland, SRJ, 'Rural Health Teaching Sites: Foundations for Innovative Rural Community Partnerships', AUCEA National Conference 2005, Melbourne, 1-20 (2005) [F2]

Bell, EJ, 'States of mind': A best practice framework for Tasmanian SAAP services working with children aged 0-5, The Salvation Army (2005) [I1]

Bell, EJ, 'The learning tree': An evidence-based model of a residential service for youth aged 12-18 with drug issues, The Salvation Army (2005) [I2]

Bell, EJ, Falls prevention: Evidence into practice, The Department for Health and Ageing (2005) [I1]

Bell, EJ, 'Towards a theory of service design', 4th Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Canberra, 1-10 (2005) [F3]

Bell, EJ, '`Just for us ladies': Intersections of gender, education, economic status and other factors affecting the success of self-management in rural contexts', CD , Alice Springs, NT (2005) [F2]

Bell, EJ, MacCarrick, G, Parker, L, Allen, J*, '`Lost in translation'?: Developing assessment criteria that value rural practice', The International Journal of Rural and Remote Health, 5 (420) Online (2005) [A1]

Bound, HI, Kilpatrick, SI, 'Partnerships for Skilling a Seasonal Workforce', Vocational learning: Transitions, Interrelationships, Partnerships and sustainable futures, Surfers Paradise, 114-122 (2005) [F1]

Boyer, KC, Advising the Government on Behalf of Women, Centre for Historical Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, 568 (2005) [L1]

Bull, R, Dalton, L, Howarth, H, 'Pharmacist Preceptor Education and Support Program', National Rural Health Alliance Website, Alice Springs, un specified (2005) [F3]

Campbell, A, 'The evaluation of a model of primary mental health care in rural Tasmania', The Australian Journal of Rural Health, (2005) [A1]

Dalton, L, '8th National Rural Health Conference', Pharmacist Preceptor Education and Support Program, Alice Springs, 121 (2005) [F3]

Dalton, L, 'Use of clinical space as an indicator of student nurse's professional development and changing need for support', Nurse Education Today, 25 126-131 (2005) [A1]

Dennis, SL, 'Helping Nurses work effectively in Aboriginal Communities', AARN Tasmania Victoria State Conference, Melbourne, * (2005) [F3]

Dennis, SL, 'In Our Own Right - Black Australian Nurses' Stories', Black Australian Nurses' Stories, eContent Management Pty Ltd, Sally Goold Oam & Kerrynne Liddle (ed), Sydney, 58-62 (2005) [C2]

Elmer, SL, Kilpatrick, SI, 'Capacity Building for Integrated Health Care at the Local Level', Capacity Building for Integrated Health Care at the Local Level, Adelaide (2005) [F3]

Elmer, SL, GP Hospital Integration Demonstration Site Launceston Final Evaluation Report, Launceston General Hospital (2005) [I1]

Gillies, JD*, Whetton, SG, 'Electronic Health Records', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 167-191 (2005) [C1]

Howarth, H, Report of Health Promotion and Screening Activities by Community Pharmacists 2005, Community Pharmacy Research Support Centre, 28 (2005) [I2]

Hughes, CJ, Auckland, SRJ, Final Evaluation Report of the Medication Management for Enrolled Nurses Package (2004) [I2]

Hughes, CJ, Auckland, SRJ, Final Evaluation Report of the Medication Management for Registered Nurses Package (2004) [I2]

Hughes, CJ, Auckland, SRJ, Interim Evaluation Report of the Medication Management for Enrolled Nurses Package (2005) [I2]

Hughes, CJ, 'Preventing alcohol-related harm among Australian rural youth: investigating the 'Social Norms' approach', Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, 1 (1) 1-8 (2005) [D4]

Hughes, CJ, Suicide Prevention Services Audit - Final Report, Department of Health and Human Services (2005) [I1]

Hughes, CJ, 'The end of 'health terrorism'? Investigating innovative approaches to substance abuse prevention', Proceedings of the 8th National Rural Health Conference, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, EJ (2005) [F1]

Kilpatrick, PR, 'Rural teachers: key facilitators of mental health care for school age students', Making Primary Health Care Work: Challenges for the Education and Practice of the Health Workforce, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 90 (2005) [F3]

Kilpatrick, SI, Elmer, SL, 'Capacity building for integrated health care at the local level', Making Primary Health Care Work:Challenges for the Education and Practice of the Health Workforce, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 211 (2005) [F3]

Kilpatrick, SI, Abbott-Chapman, JA, 'Community efficacy and social capital', Proceedings of the 2nd Future of Australia's Country Towns Conference, LaTrobe University, Bendigo, 1-12 (2005) [F1]

Kilpatrick, SI, Millar, P, Evaluation of the West Tamar Strong Start Coordination of Services Project, Department of Education, Tasmania, Final (2005) [I2]

Kilpatrick, SI, Bound, HI, 'Facilitating Regional Development through 'Interactional Infrastructure': Skill Development in Seasonal Industries', Participation and Governance in Regional Development, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Eversole,R and Martin,J (ed), Aldershot, 95-113 (2005) [C1]

Kilpatrick, SI, Bound, HI, Skilling a seasonal workforce: A way forward for rural regions, NCVER, 1 (2005) [I1]

Le, Q, 'A genre-based approach to computer assisted language learning', Conference Proceedings on Learning with Technology, Melbourne, Australia, 333-337 (1995) [F1]

Le, Q, Le, T, 'Cultural Attitudes of Vietnamese Migrants on Health', Creative Dissent: Constructive Solutions, Parramatta, NSW, online (2005) [F3]

Le, Q, 'Euthanasia: an intercultural perspective', Australian Journal of Social Issues 98-103 (1995) [A1]

Le, Q, 'Issues on Health Data Collection', Creative Dissent: Constructive Solutions, Parramatta NSW, online (2005) [F3]

Le, Q, 'Science, Technology and Culture: A Vietnamese Perspective', Journal of Vietnamese Studies 1-10 (1995) [A1]

Le, Q, Le, T, 'The Role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Rural Health Education in Tasmania', Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Technology in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Beijing China, 161-166 (2005) [F2]

Le, T, Le, Q, Language, Society and Culture (10 & 11) (2002) [A6]

Le, T, Le, Q, Language, Society and Culture (15) 0-00 (2005) [A6]

Le, T, Le, Q, Language, Society and Culture (12 & 13) (2003) [A6]

Le, T, Le, Q, Language, Society and Culture (1 & 2) (1997) [A6]

MacCarrick, Geraldine, Winzenberg, TM, Holloway, GM, Hemmings, LC, Ikin, R, Abbott, DJ, 'Preparedness for hospital practice - maintaining strengths in an MBBS curriculum in the midst of change', Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 6 (3) 9-11 (2005) [A1]

Marriott, J*, Taylor, S*, Simpson, M*, Bull, R, Galbraith, K*, Howarth, H, Leversha, A*, Best, D*, Rose, M*, 'Australian National Strategy for pharmacy preceptor education and support', Australian Journal of Rural Health, 13 (2) 83-90 (2005) [A1]

McManamey, R, 'Community Newspapers as a Communicative Discourse', Critical Discourse Analysis, Theory into Research, University of Tasmania, Launceston, 54 (2005) [F3]

McManamey, R, 'Community Newspapers in Tasmania 1910 to 2000: dynamic growth, population change and community cohesion', Proceedings of The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) 2005, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, 1 - 20 (2005) [F1]

McManamey, R, 'Exploring Community Newspapers and Social Capital: the Micro-Giants of Media and Community - the Quiet Revolution', New Community Quarterly, 3 (3) 3-14 (2005) [A1]

McManamey, R, 'Social Capital and Community Newspapers', Social Capital Foundations, At Paul's Bay, Malta, 1 (2005) [F3]

Millar, P, Kilpatrick, SI, 'How community development programmes can foster re-engagement with learning in disadvantaged communities: Leadership as process', Studies in the Education of Adults, 37 (1) 18-30 (2005) [A1]

Millar, P, Kilpatrick, SI, 'Management Skill Training for Traditional Primary Industries: Is Delivery in Decline?', Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Post-Compulsory Education and Training, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland, 55-62 (2005) [F1]

Orpin, P, A Pilot Survey of Tasmanian Multi-Purpose Services Boards/Committees, DHHS (2005) [I1]

Orpin, P, Walker, JH, Stratford, E, Robinson, A, Vickers, JC, Bull, R, Felmingham, BS, Behrens, HJ, Boyer, KC, 'Growing old in rural Tasmania: A pilot study of service needs and the impact of migration to and from rural settings', Proceedings of the 38th National Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, Gold Coast, Queensland, 100-111 (2005) [F1]

Orpin, P, Gabriel, MB, 'Recruiting undergraduates to rural practice: what the students can tell us', Rural and Remote Health, 5 (512) 1-14 (2005) [A1]

Pollard, C, Whetton, SG, 'Decision Support Systems', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 193-217 (2005) [C1]

Stirling, CM, Monaghan, J, 'Australian rural midwives: perspectives on continuing professional development', Rural and Remote Health, 5 (468) 1-8 (2005) [A1]

Stirling, CM, Elmer, SL, Evaluation of the Cancer Council Tasmania's Cancer Connect and Cancer Helpline Services Final Report, The Cancer Council Tasmania (2005) [I1]

Stirling, CM, Outcomes Paper Mt Macedon Volunteer Research Summit 20-21 September 2004, Emergency Management Australia (2005) [I2]

Stirling, CM, SA Ambulance Service: an organisational response to Volunteer Research, SA Ambulance Service (2005) [I1]

Stirling, CM, 'Volunteers in an Organisational Setting: Critical Discourse Analysis Theory into Research', Proceedings of the International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory into Research, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania, 193-199 (2005) [F1]

Walker, JH, Whetton, SG, 'Health Informatics in Action: Rural and Remote Health', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 220-241 (2005) [C1]

Walker, JH, Behrens, HJ, Boyer, KC, Bull, R, Felmingham, BS, Orpin, P, Robinson, A, Stratford, E, Vickers, JC, Rural Seniors Research - Pilot Study North West Tasmania, Rural Ageing Research Consortium (2005) [I1]

Whetton, SG, Hoban, L, Hartnett, JS, 'Doing Databases', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Persepective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 100-115 (2005) [C2]

Whetton, SG, 'E-Health', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 142-166 (2005) [C1]

Whetton, SG, Health Infomatics: A socio-technical perspective, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, 260 (2005) [B2]

Whetton, SG, 'Health informatics workforce skills: technology is king, time for a consort?', Proceedings of HIC 2005: Thirteenth National Health Informatics Conference , Melbourne, Australia, 1-7 (2005) [F1]

Whetton, SG, Pollard, C, 'Health Information Systems', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 116-141 (2005) [C1]

Whetton, SG, 'Successes and failures: what are we measuring?', Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 11 (Supplement 2) 98-100 (2005) [A1]

Whetton, SG, 'Successes and Failures: What are we measuring?', Conference Proceedings, Brisbane, 100-103 (2005) [F1]

Whetton, SG, 'The Health Care Environment and Health Informatics', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 3-26 (2005) [C1]

Whetton, SG, Showell, C*, 'Tools: Promises and Pitfalls', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 78-99 (2005) [C1]

Whetton, SG, 'What is Health Informatics', Health Informatics A Socio-Technical Perspective, Oxford University Press, Sue Whetton (ed), Melbourne, Australia, 27-47 (2005) [C1]