Publications by: Tilley Pain

Also publishes as (T.W. Pain)

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Pain, Tilley, Plummer, David, Pighills, Alison, and Harvey, Desley (2015) Comparison of research experience and support needs of rural versus regional allied health professionals. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23 (5). pp. 277-285.

Pain, Tilley, Stainkey, Lesley, and Chapman, Sue (2014) AgedCare+GP: description and evaluation of an in-house model of general practice in a residential aged-care facility. Australian Journal of Public Health, 20 (3). pp. 224-227.

Pighills, Alison C., Plummer, David, Harvey, Desley, and Pain, Tilley (2013) Positioning occupational therapy as a discipline on the research continuum: results of a cross-sectional survey of research experience. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 60 (4). pp. 241-251.

Harvey, Desley, Plummer, David, Pighills, Alison, and Pain, Tilley (2013) Practitioner research capacity: a survey of social workers in northern Queensland. Australian Social Work, 66 (4). pp. 540-554.

Stainkey, Lesley A., Seidl, Isaac A., Johnson, Andrew J., Tulloch, Gladys E., and Pain, Tilley (2010) The challenge of long waiting lists: how we implemented a GP referral system for non-urgent specialist' appointments at an Australian public hospital. BMC Health Services Research, 10. pp. 1-5.

Stainkey, Lesley, Pain, Tilley, McNichol, Margaret, Hack, John, and Roberts, Lynden (2010) Matched comparison of GP and consultant rating of electronic discharge summaries. Health Information Management Journal, 39 (3). pp. 7-15.

Helmes, E., Campbell, A., Beaune, B.T., and Pain, T.W. (2009) Depression and dementia in rural general practice: a preliminary view of knowledge among general practitioners. In: Proceedings of the First Joint Conference of the APS Psychology & Ageing Interest Group (PAIG) and the Royal Australia/New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Faculty of Psychiatry of Old Age (FPOA), p. 195. From: First Joint Conference of the APS Psychology & Ageing Interest Group (PAIG) and the Royal Australia/New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Faculty of Psychiatry of Old Age (FPOA), 12-14 November 2009, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

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