Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Supports for medical students during rural clinical placements: factors associated with intention to practise in rural locations

Katherine  King

Katherine King

qualifications: MBBS

contribution: original concept, contributed to drafts, wrote the first draft, contributed to drafts, designed the project, literature review

position: House Medical Officer


Rachael  Purcell

Rachael Purcell

qualifications: Masters of Public Health

contribution: original concept, wrote the first draft, designed the project, literature review

position: Adjunct Associate Lecturer

Australia


steve  quinn

Steve Quinn

qualifications: PhD

contribution: statistical analysis, contributed to drafts

position: Senior Statistician

I am a biostatistician. In the last 6 years my work has mostly involved Phase 3 RCTs and I would consider myself an expert in this area.


Adrian  Schoo

Prof Adrian Schoo

qualifications: PhysioD

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

position: Professor

Australia

Professor, Clinical Education, College of Medicine & Public Health, Flinders University, Adelaide.


Lucie  Walters

Prof Lucie Walters

qualifications: PhD

contribution: supervised data collection, contributed to drafts, devised survey tool, literature review

position: Professor

Australia

Professor of Rural Postgraduate Medical Education, Flinders Rural Health South Australia.


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