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Adelais  Markaki

Prof Adelais Markaki

qualifications: PhD, APRN-BC

Prof. Markaki is an advanced practice nurse in public & community health with a medical anthropologist's perspective of global health. Her career across the European and North American regions covers the spectrum of clinical, administrative, consulting, and academic positions. As a health systems researcher, Dr. Markaki studies nursing's effect on primary health care outcomes. Her main interests include capacity building, collaborative practice, inter-professional teaching and compassionate care.


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Original Research 30 October 2019

Organ donation attitudes and general self-efficacy: exploratory views from a rural primary care setting

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Incorporating the social determinants of health into the management of type 2 diabetes
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Quality of work life of paramedics practicing community paramedicine in Canada
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Antenatal care for Bakiga and Indigenous Batwa women in Kanungu District, Southwestern Uganda
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WONCA World Rural Health Conference 2021, Uganda
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7th Congresso Iberoamericano de Medicina Familiar and 16th Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina de Familia e Comunidade
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10th EURIPA Rural Health Forum, Poland
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Connecting Communities and Services to Close the Gap in Social & Emotional Wellbeing
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2021 Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) Conference, South Africa
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2021 CRANAplus Conference
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Rural Medicine Australia 2021 conference (RMA21)
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ICRRN 2021: International Conference on Rural Remote Nursing
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WONCA World conference 2021, Abu Dhabi
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WONCA Asia Pacific Region Conference 2022, Myanmar
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6th Nordic Conference for Rural Research
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16th National Rural Health Conference, Australia
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WONCA Europe Region Conference 2022
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WONCA World Conference 2023, Australia
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