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Sue  Lenthall

Sue Lenthall

Australia

Sue has worked extensively in remote communities in Queensland and central Australia as a remote area nurse before becoming involved in the education of health professionals including Indigenous Health Workers, nurses and medical practitioners. She has completed a teaching degree and a Master of public health and tropical medicine. Sue is currently working at the Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs, coordinating a masters program in remote health practice. She is particularly interested in multidisciplinary education, best practice in remote areas, client consultation skills, cultural safety and primary health care.


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 27 July 2014

The value of best-practice guidelines for OSCEs in a postgraduate program in an Australian remote area setting


Original Research 7 May 2012

Voices from the bush: remote area nurses prioritise hazards that contribute to violence in their workplace


Review Article 8 April 2011

Culture shock and healthcare workers in remote Indigenous communities of Australia: what do we know and how can we measure it?


Letter to the Editor 9 November 2012

Treating mental health in remote communities: what do remote health practitioners need?

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