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Peter  O'Meara

Peter O'Meara

Australia

Dr Peter O'Meara is Professor of Rural and Regional Paramedicine, La Trobe Rural Health School. His academic interests lie in health and education policy, program evaluation, pre-hospital care systems and urgent care models. Peter completed his Doctorate in 2002 at the University of New South Wales researching "Service Delivery Models for Rural Ambulance Services in Victoria" using soft systems methodolody.


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Original Research 8 September 2004

Working together for a sustainable urgent care system: a case study from south eastern Australia


Original Research 4 December 2007

Engaging rural communities in health care through a paramedic expanded scope of practice

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