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Exploring indicators of experiential place integration in a sample of Queensland rural practitioners: a research note

Craig  Veitch

Prof Craig Veitch

qualifications: PhD

position: Associate Professor in Rural Health

Professor Craig Veitch was the inaugural Chair of Rural Health at James Cook University, Queensland from 2000 to 2007. In December 2007, he became the inaugural Professor of Community Based Health Care at The University of Sydney and the Director of the Centre for Community Based Health Care at Royal Rehabilitation Centre Sydney. His research interests include health care behaviour and decision making, health services research, road crashes, cancer, health workforce in rural areas, community based rehabilitation, and outreach rehabilitation services.


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