Profiles And Contributions To This Article

People living in remote communities can have best-practice diabetes care

Sue  Kirby

Dr Sue Kirby

qualifications: PhD

contribution: designed the project

position: Senior Research Fellow

Australia

Senior Research Fellow University Department of Rural Health Broken Hill; role rural health research and research capacity building.


Malcolm  Moore

A/Prof Malcolm Moore

qualifications: FRACGP

contribution: original concept

position: Director Clinical Medicine

Australia

Malcolm worked in Australian rural general practice for 13 years before starting further study and research activity. He has worked in Albury, Nepal, Broken Hill and Canberra. His research interests are clinical communication - particularly handover and patient-centred communication; remote health; rural medical education; and inter-professional learning. He is now working in S-E NSW at the ANU Rural Clinical School, based in Canberra.


Trish  McGarron

Trish McGarron

qualifications: Registered Nurse

contribution: supplied data

position: Chronic Disease Nurse


Patricia  Johnstone

Patricia Johnstone

qualifications: Registered Nurse

contribution: supplied data

position: Manager


David A Perkins

Prof David Perkins

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Professor

Australia

Director Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, University of Newcastle, Australia


David  Lyle

Prof David Lyle

qualifications: PhD

position: Head of Department

public health, remote health, Indigenous health


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