Richard C Franklin

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qualifications: PhD


Richard Franklin PhD, is a Professor in Public Health - Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion at James Cook University and Senior Research Fellow at The Royal Life Saving Society - Australia and He has worked in the area of injury prevention and safety promotion for over 20 years, specialising in drowning prevention, rural and remote safety, agricultural safety, disasters, health systems, tropical health and occupational health and safety. His research interests in the area are wide ranging and have included epidemiological, translational, program evaluation, product evaluation and pure research using a range of quantitative and qualitative techniques.

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Review Article 7 November 2018

Cardiac rehabilitation services for people in rural and remote areas: an integrative literature review

Review Article 21 October 2016

Unintentional injury prevention and the role of occupational therapy in the Solomon Islands: an integrative review

Policy Report 21 August 2014

Mount Isa Statement on Quad Bike Safety

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RMA22: Rural Medicine Australia Conference, Canberra, Australia
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SARRRAH Conference 2022, online
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2022 Annual Tennessee Rural Health Association Conference, Pigeon Forge, TN, USA
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Ruralities: 6th Nordic Conference for Rural Research, Finland
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WONCA World Conference 2023, Sydney, Australia
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