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Matthew Lee Smith

Dr Matthew Smith

qualifications: PhD, MPH, CHES, FGSA, FAAHB

position: Co-Director

Dr. Matthew Lee Smith is the Co-Director of the Texas A&M Center for Population Health and Aging and holds faculty positions in the Texas A&M School of Public Health and The University of Georgia College of Public Health. As an interventionist and evaluator, Matthew's research interests surround health risk across the life-course and evidence-based programming for older adults (e.g., fall prevention, disease self-management).


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 9 November 2019

Geographic disparities associated with travel to medical care and attendance in programs to prevent/manage chronic illness among middle-aged and older adults in Texas

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The pros and cons of the implementation of a chronic care model in European rural primary care: the points of view of European rural general practitioners
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Poche Indigenous Health Network 10th Annual Research Showcase
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Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium
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Rural Health and Care Wales Conference 2021/ Cynhadledd IGGC 2021
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WONCA World conference 2021, Abu Dhabi
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WONCA Asia Pacific Region Conference 2022, Myanmar
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29th Annual Rural & Remote Medicine Conference, Ottawa
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6th Nordic Conference for Rural Research
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16th National Rural Health Conference, Australia
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WONCA Europe Region Conference 2022
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WONCA World Rural Health Conference 2022
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WONCA World Conference 2023, Australia
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