Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Positive impacts on rural and regional workforce from the first seven cohorts of James Cook University medical graduates

Tarun  Sen Gupta

Prof Tarun Sen Gupta ORCID logo

qualifications: MBBS, PhD

contribution: supervised data collection, original concept, contributed to drafts, literature review

position: Professor of Health Professional Education


Tarun Sen Gupta is Professor of Health Professional Education and Head of the Townsville Clinical School at the James Cook University College of Medicine and Dentistry, North Queensland, Australia. He was in rural practice in Richmond, north-west Queensland from 1987-1993, and has worked in rural medical education since 1993. He is a Rural Generalist Training Adviser for Queensland's Rural Generalist Pathway, a board member of the Rural Doctors Association of Queensland and the Rural Doctors Foundation, and Chair of the ACRRM Assessment Committee.

Torres  Woolley

Dr Torres Woolley ORCID logo

qualifications: PhD

contribution: designed the project, collected data, wrote the first draft, statistical analysis

position: Evaluation Coordinator


Richard  Murray

Prof Richard Murray

qualifications: MBBS

contribution: literature review, contributed to drafts

position: Professor; Dean & Head of School

Richard B Hays

Prof Richard Hays

qualifications: MBBS, PhD

contribution: original concept, contributed to drafts, literature review

position: Dean, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Learning & Teaching


medical education, rural health care, workforce

Tamara  Staer (McCloskey)

Tamara Staer (McCloskey)

contribution: designed the project, supplied data

position: Team Leader - Curriculum Support


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