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Dean  Carson

Dean Carson

Australia

Dean Carson is a Professor with the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University. His interest is in how the mobility of various human populations impacts on the economic and social well being of rural and remote regions. His rural health research focuses on the recruitment and retention of health professionals particularly in remote areas.


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Original Research 25 November 2016

Patient perceptions of a Virtual Health Room installation in rural Sweden


Original Research 22 September 2014

Post-retirement intentions of nurses and midwives living and working in the Northern Territory of Australia


Original Research 19 July 2013

Experiences of non-resident nurses in Australia's remote Northern Territory


Original Research 19 April 2012

Retaining older experienced nurses in the Northern Territory of Australia: a qualitative study exploring opportunities for post-retirement contributions


Original Research 1 November 2010

How can general practitioners establish 'place attachment' in Australia's Northern Territory? Adjustment trumps adaptation

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