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Matthew  McGrail

Matthew McGrail

Australia

I am a senior research fellow with Monash University School of Rural Health, based at the Churchill campus of the graduate entry medical program. My research interests are focused on rural workforce, healthcare access, evidence-based health policy and rural migration/amenity.


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Original Research 29 March 2019

Outreach specialists' use of video consultations in rural Victoria: a cross-sectional survey


Original Research 28 April 2017

Measuring the attractiveness of rural communities in accounting for differences of rural primary care workforce supply


Original Research 12 November 2014

More is more in remote Central Australia: more provision of primary healthcare services is associated with more acute medical evacuations and more remote telephone consultations


Review Article 14 October 2005

The planning of rural health research: rurality and rural population issues


Review Article 14 October 2005

The conducting and reporting of rural health research: rurality and rural population issues


Project Report 11 February 2003

Echidna: a Web-based community information database to assist students undertaking rural clinical placements


Project Report 26 June 2003

Rural health resource databases: a little nurturing goes a long way

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