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Siaw-Teng  Liaw

Siaw-Teng Liaw

Australia

Teng is Professor of Rural Health at the University of Melbourne. His clinical background is academic general practice. He has extensive expertise and experience with quantitative and qualitative research methodologies as applied to health services, systems and health informatics research and education. He has published widely on research on safety, quality and integration of care across primary and secondary care settings in the clinical domains of therapeutics and prescribing, asthma, falls prevention and cancer risks screening.


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Original Research 19 November 2007

Assessment of readiness to prevent type 2 diabetes in a population of rural women with a history of gestational diabetes


Original Research 1 June 2007

A required rural health module increases students' interest in rural health careers


Original Research 9 November 2010

Diabetes risk reduction behaviours of rural postpartum women with a recent history of gestational diabetes


Project Report 28 November 2005

A compulsory experiential and inter-professional rural health subject for undergraduate students

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