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Erica  Bell

Erica Bell

Australia

Dr Erica Bell works as a research fellow in the Hobart office of the University Department of Rural Health, University of Tasmania. She is involved in a broad range of collaborative projects, including rural health education, youth residential rehabilitation service delivery, and falls prevention for older clients. Recently a paper she wrote on self-management of chronic diseases was accepted by the Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine. She has led many projects involving diverse educators, community and stakeholder groups, producing over forty publications that have helped develop policy and practices in the post-compulsory education sectors. She has been a secretariat member on ministerial reviews of education, and was one of two consultants who produced Australia's first national guidelines on assessment quality and equity for the Australasian Curriculum, Assessment and Certification Authorities.


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Original Research 12 February 2013

Climate change and health research: has it served rural communities?


Original Research 22 July 2005

'Lost in translation'?: Developing assessment criteria that value rural practice


Original Research 22 September 2015

Developing rural community health risk assessments for climate change: a Tasmanian pilot study


Original Research 31 July 2017

A comparative analysis of policies addressing rural oral health in eight English-speaking OECD countries


Review Article 29 July 2014

Dental practitioner rural work movements: a systematic review

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