Jackie graduated from St Lucia University, Brisbane in 1986 with a degree in Dentistry. She worked in the government dental service in rural Queensland for 4 years after graduation. Subsequently she went into partnership in a group practice in Mackay. She stayed in private practice for the next 24 years. During this time Jackie developed a special interest in advanced dental technologies such as laser surgery and teledentistry. In addition Jackie has been active in rural placement and mentorship of dental students. Currently she is appointed as an Adjunct Lecturer at CRH, UTAS in an honorary position.
"The relationship of Dental Practitioners to the Primary Care Network in rural and remote Queensland and the application of technology in the management of dental conditions."
- Barnett, T. Hoang, H., Stuart, J. and Crocombe, L. (2014). Oral Health Presentations to Non-dental Health Practitioners in Rural and Remote QLD: a case study. Poster presented at the Health Improvement Research Seminar, 7 May, Hobart.
- Barnett, T. Hoang, H. and Stuart, J. (2014). Relationship of dental practitioners to rural primary care networks: The application of social network analysis methodology. Poster presented at the 2nd International Primary Health Care Reform Conference, 17th – 19th March, Brisbane, Stamford Plaza. Ha Hoang, Quynh Lê, Daniel Terry, Sue Kilpatrick and Jacqueline Stuart
- Continuity of carer in the public hospital system in the eyes of rural women and maternity health providers in Tasmania, Australia.1,2,3,5 Department of Rural Health, University of Tasmania, Locked Bag 1372, Launceston, Tasmania 7250, Australia. 4Centre for University Pathways and Partnerships, University of Tasmania, Locked Bag 1354, Launceston, Tasmania 7250, Australia
- Stuart, J. (2014). “On the Wallaby” with University of Tasmania’s Department of Rural Health. Article published in Australian Dental Association State Newsletters for Queensland Feb 2014 and in Tasmania December 2013