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Denese  Playford

A/Prof Denese Playford

qualifications: BA (Hons), MCS, PhD (West Aust)

Australia

I work as medical educator for The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia, reaching academics in 14 widely distributed sites and approximately 90 students per annum, to ensure assessment is standardised, curriculum is well supported, and evaluation is conducted each year.

I am interested in the development of a rural workforce, describing workforce trends, and building local communities of practice. I'm also interested in service learning as a way of engaging medical students' values and transformative learning as a way to change students' perspectives about what's important in their work and life.


Articles contributed to by this person


Editorial 29 October 2007

Australian Rural Health Education Network's position on interprofessional education and practice in health care


Original Research 14 August 2013

Women in the rural medical academic workforce


Original Research 4 March 2019

The Australian Rural Clinical School (RCS) program supports rural medical workforce: evidence from a cross-sectional study of 12 RCSs


Original Research 17 November 2016

Effect of medical student preference on rural clinical school experience and rural career intentions


Original Research 16 September 2015

Outcomes of Australian rural clinical schools: a decade of success building the rural medical workforce through the education and training continuum


Original Research 31 January 2020

Factors associated with rural work for nursing and allied health graduates 15–17 years after an undergraduate rural placement through the University Department of Rural Health program


Short Communication 28 August 2018

Pre-graduating medical students' interest in rural internship


Research Letter 1 May 2020

Leveraging the Bonded Medical Places Scheme to attract and retain doctors in rural areas: the role of Regional Training Hubs


Research Letter 16 April 2017

What does 'rural return' mean? Rural-origin medical graduates do not 'go home'

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