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Daniel R Terry

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position: Senior Lecturer, Nursing

department: Institute of Health and Wellbeing

Australia

Daniel, BN MntlHlth PhD RN, has an interest in the acculturation and retention of International Medical Graduates in rural and remote contexts. He has a background in Nursing and a Masters of International Health. He is a research fellow and has worked as a research assistant for the University of Tasmania and Deakin University and Research Fellow atThe University of Melbourne. He has been involved in many projects concerning the health and well-being of rural migrant communities; and he is currently undertaking a number of research projects related to chronic ill health and rural health workforce.


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 25 November 2016

Community assets and capabilities to recruit and retain GPs: the Community Apgar Questionnaire in rural Victoria


Original Research 29 November 2022

The Pharmacy Community Apgar Questionnaire: a modified Delphi technique to develop a rural pharmacist recruitment and retention tool


Original Research 9 August 2018

Lived experiences and insights into the advantages important to rural recruitment and retention of general practitioners


Short Communication 24 April 2020

The data deficit for asthma emergency presentations might surprise you: how RAHDaR addresses the data chasm

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