Margaret  Stebbing

Margaret Stebbing


Dr Margaret Stebbing is the Adjunct Lecturer C for Population Health in the Monash University Department of Rural and Indigenous Health, in the School of Rural Health in Moe. Margaret's professional background is in nursing, public health practice and both clinical and social epidemiology. She has worked in rural and remote health projects in Victoria, the NT of Australia, Nepal and China. Recently completed research projects include a study at the household level of perceived health impacts of long term water insecurity in small rural towns in Victoria, and a research and action project to develop a workforce model to support retention of allied health professionals at retirement age in rural Victoria. Margaret teaches a Masters unit in Health, ecology and environmental change.

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Original Research 12 November 2014

More is more in remote Central Australia: more provision of primary healthcare services is associated with more acute medical evacuations and more remote telephone consultations

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