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Melissa  Whitrow

Melissa Whitrow

United Kingdom

Having previously worked in epidemiology and in rural health (at the Spencer Gulf Rural Health School) in Australia, I am currently working as a Career Development Fellow with the Ethnicity and Health Program of the Medical Research Council Social and Public Health Sciences Unit in Glasgow, Scotland. My work is focused on data analysis and field work for the DASH study (Determinants of Adolescent Social well-being and Health), a longitudinal study of teenagers from disadvantaged inner London schools.


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Project Report 19 August 2005

Development of 'rural week' for medical students: impact and quality report


Preliminary Report 29 April 2005

A database to record, track and report health student rural placements

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Just published: Barriers to access and use of GP out-of-hours services for older people in rural Ireland
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2020 WONCA World Rural Health Conference
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VIII Cumbre Iberoamericana de Medicina Familiar 2020
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WONCA Asia Pacific Region Conference 2020
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7th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium
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WONCA World Conference 2020
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