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An explanation of turnover intention among early-career nursing and allied health professionals working in rural and remote Australia – findings from a grounded theory study

Catherine  Cosgrave

Dr Catherine Cosgrave ORCID logo

qualifications: PhD

position: Research Fellow, Nursing & Allied Health Rural Workforce

Dr. Cath Cosgrave is one of Australia’s leading experts in rural health workforce. Her research on how the rural health workforce can be fundamentally strengthened has informed the practice and approaches of peak rural health agencies, government departments, rural health services, and rural communities. Dr Cosgrave’s innovative 'Whole-of-Person Retention Improvement Framework' and 'Attract Connect Stay' solution, particularly the Community Connector Program, have gained international recognition for generating new understandings of, and solutions for rural health workforce. Cath currently operates a management consultancy business that offers training and support to rural health and social care services. Her business helps services and communities to establish and implement the Attract Connect Stay solution, which improves their ability to attract and retain healthcare professionals in rural areas. Cath is deeply passionate about addressing rural access inequities and resource challenges and dedicated to supporting rural communities in becoming thriving and sustainable places to live and work.


Myfanwy  Maple

Prof Myfanwy Maple

qualifications: PhD

position: Professor, Social Work

Australia

Social Work academic with research interests in suicide, suicide bereavement, trauma and loss, mental health, high risk young people.


Rafat  Hussain

Rafat Hussain

qualifications: PhD

position: Associate Professor, Population Health


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