Profiles And Contributions To This Article

How good are routinely collected primary healthcare data for evaluating the effectiveness of health service provision in a remote Aboriginal community?

Stephanie  Davis

Stephanie Davis

qualifications: FAFPHM

contribution: designed the project, statistical analysis, wrote the first draft, literature review

position: Lecturer

Australia
Carole  Reeve

Carole Reeve

qualifications: FAFPHM

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

position: Senior lecturer medical education

Australia
John  Humphreys

John Humphreys

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Emeritus Professor of Rural Health Research

Australia

Current research interests include:

  • the social and spatial patterns of need for health related services in rural areas,
  • rural health workforce recruitment and retention,
  • the role and contribution of services to the health and wellbeing of communities,
  • the provision of appropriate education, training and support for rural health workers and implementation of innovative service delivery models in order to provide sustainable health care in small rural and remote communities,
  • the evaluation of rural health care planning and policies, and
  • rural community development.


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