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Michelle  Beattie

Dr Michelle Beattie

position: Lecturer

department: Department of Nursing and Midwifery

My interest in improvement science has been influenced by my diverse background in nursing and healthcare. Specifically, I am interested in improving outcomes and experiences of people engaging in health services, with a particular focus on using the patient/public voice to improve services. I am also interested in the remote and rural workforce and access to health services. I have expertise and experience in conducting systematic reviews, and qualitative and quantitative research methods.


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Review Article 3 March 2021

What influences nurses’ decisions to work in rural and remote settings? A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research

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A systematic review of the health and health care of rural sexual and gender minorities in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
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Cross-sectional analysis of the Scottish School of Primary Care National GP Survey
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Calling for Expressions of Interest: RRH Australasian Associate Editor
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RHC2022: Rural Health Conference, South Africa
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NZ National Rural Health Conference (NRHC) 2022, Christchurch
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2022 20th Annual Rural Health Clinic Conference, Kansas City, MO, USA
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11th EURIPA Rural Health Forum, Sicily, Italy
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RMA22: Rural Medicine Australia Conference, Canberra, Australia
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Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium
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SARRRAH Conference 2022, online
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2022 Annual Tennessee Rural Health Association Conference, Pigeon Forge, TN, USA
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Ruralities: 6th Nordic Conference for Rural Research, Finland
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WONCA World Conference 2023, Sydney, Australia
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