Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Nourishing networks: an interprofessional learning model and its application to the Australian rural health workforce

fiona  little

Ms Fiona Little

qualifications: MMentalHlthNsg (Nurse Practitioner)

contribution: original concept, designed the project

position: Mental Health academic team leader

Currrently employed as a Mental Health Academic at UDRH- Tamworth and have a clinical role within a primary mental health service as a Clinical Nurse Consultant. Current research interests include recruitment and retention issues for the mental health workforce and improving access to mental health services in rural areas.

Leanne   Brown

A/Prof Leanne Brown

qualifications: PhD

position: Lecturer, nutrition and dietetics


Dietetic workforce issues in rural areas. Best practice dietetic services in rural areas. Nutrition and diet issues.

Miriam  Grotowski

Miriam Grotowski

qualifications: FRACGP

position: GP


GP practicing in regional NSW

Deanne  Harris

Deanne Harris

qualifications: MNutr&Diet

position: Dietitian in charge

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