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Tarun  Sen Gupta

Tarun Sen Gupta

Australia

Tarun Sen Gupta is Director of Medical Education, and Professor of Health Professional Education at the James Cook University School of Medicine, Townsville, Australia. He was in rural practice in Richmond, north-west Queensland from 1987-1993, and has worked in rural medical education since 1993. He is a Co-Director of the Queensland Health Rural Generalist Pathway, a Director of the Postgraduate Medical Council of Queensland, and Chair of the ACRRM Assessment Committee.


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Original Research
13 February 2017
Predictors of remote practice location in the first seven cohorts of James Cook University MBBS graduates

Original Research
19 March 2016
James Cook University's decentralised medical training model: an important part of the rural workforce pipeline in northern Australia

Original Research
7 October 2015
James Cook University's rurally orientated medical school selection process: quality graduates and positive workforce outcomes

Original Research
20 March 2014
Positive impacts on rural and regional workforce from the first seven cohorts of James Cook University medical graduates

Original Research
11 June 2013
James Cook University MBBS graduate intentions and intern destinations: a comparative study with other Queensland and Australian medical schools

Original Research
17 January 2011
Are medical student results affected by allocation to different sites in a dispersed rural medical school?

Original Research
13 February 2008
Rural internships for final year students: clinical experience, education and workforce

Original Research
16 October 2007
Developing the accredited postgraduate assessment program for Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine

Short Communication
22 October 2015
A successful longitudinal graduate tracking system for monitoring Australian medical school graduate outcomes

Project Report
24 May 2013
The Queensland Health Rural Generalist Pathway: providing a medical workforce for the bush

Comment
16 September 2013
Comment on: Rural Generalism and the Queensland Health pathway - implications for rural clinical supervisors, placements and rural medical education providers

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