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Daniel R Terry

Assoc Prof Daniel Terry ORCID logo

qualifications: BN MntlHlth, MBA, PhD

position: Associate Professor (Nursing)

department: School of Nursing and Midwifery

Australia

Daniel, BN MntlHlth, MBA, PhD RN, has extensive post-doctoral research experience on rural health, rural workforce, and chronic-ill health. With a background in nursing, his research interest research interests encompass the overarching generalist theme of Rural Health. His research includes are rural health workforce which incorporates nursing student career trajectory, rural medical, nursing and pharmacy employment and profession longevity, while also examining workforce grit and improving workforce learning through communities of practice. In addition, he continues to examine ways to improve rural paediatric injury and paediatric asthma outcomes, while focusing on rural healthcare access and patient decision making in emergencies.


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 18 March 2024

Understanding rural pharmacists’ perspectives: lived experiences and insights associated with rural recruitment and retention


Original Research 29 November 2022

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


Short Communication 24 April 2020

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


Original Research 9 August 2018

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


Original Research 25 November 2016

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

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Victorian Rural Health Conference 2024, 17–19 May 2024, Mildura, Vic., Australia
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BC Rural Health Conference 2024, 24–26 May 2024, Whistler, BC, Canada
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Rethinking Remote 2024 Conference, 6–7 June 2024, Eden Court, Inverness, Scotland
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13th EURIPA Rural Health Forum, 20–22 June 2024, Lincoln, UK
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International Conference on Rural Nursing and Rural Health (ICRNRH), 15–16 July 2024, Bali, Indonesia
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UBUNTU 2024: People, Place, and Policy for Community Wellness, 10–13 September 2024, Cape Town, South Africa
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23rd International Balint Congress, 9–13 September 2024, Boulder, CO, USA
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17th National Rural Health Conference, 16–18 September 2024, Perth, WA, Australia
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15th National Rural & Remote Allied Health Conference (SARRAH), 21–23 October 2024, Mildura, Australia
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RMA24, 23–26 October 2024, Darwin, NT, Australia
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International Conference on Rural Nursing and Rural Health (ICRNRH), 28–29 October 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
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15th National Rural & Remote Allied Health Conference: Going the distance, 21–23 October 2024, Mildura, Vic., Australia
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11th Biennial Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors Congress (PRIDoC) 2024, 2–6 December 2024, Kaurna Country, Adelaide, Australia
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