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De La Rue, Stephanie, Dries, Helen, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Hawkins, Russell, Kretschmann, Lynette, Liyanage, Lakshman, Nichols, Maree, Pashen, Dennis, and Volk, Heather (2011) Adding value to rural and remote health education through community engagement. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, 4 (1). pp. 145-152.
Hooker, Roderick S., Harrison, Kristen, and Pashen, Dennis (2010) Are Australians willing to be treated by a physician assistant? Australasian Medical Journal, 3 (7). pp. 407-413.
Buykx, Penny, Humphreys, John, Wakerman, John, and Pashen, Dennis (2010) Systematic review of effective retention incentives for health workers in rural and remote areas: towards evidence-based policy. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 18 (3). pp. 102-109.
Forde, Allan, and Pashen, Dennis (2009) Physician Assistants in the military: Australian implications. Journal of Military and Veteran's Health, 17 (4). pp. 22-24.
Reeve, Carole, Pashen, Dennis, Mumme, Heather, De La Rue, Stephanie, and Cheffins, Tracy (2008) Expanding the role of paramedics in northern Queensland: an evaluation of population health training. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 16 (6). pp. 370-375.
Reeve, Carol, De La Rue, Stephanie, Pashen, Dennis, Culpan, Margaret, and Cheffins, Tracy (2008) School-based vaccinations delivered by general practice in rural north Queensland: an evaluation of a new human papilloma virus vaccination program. Communicable Diseases Intelligence, 32 (1). pp. 94-98.
Pashen, Dennis, and Peachey, Louise (2007) Dialogues on health care education in remote Australia. Clinical Teacher, 4 (4). pp. 198-203.
Wakerman, John, Chalmers, Elisabeth, Humphreys, John S., Clarence, Christine L., Bell, Andrew I., Larson, Ann, Lyle, David, and Pashen, Dennis R. (2005) Sustainable chronic disease management in remote Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 183 (10). pp. 64-68.
Nel, Pieter, and Pashen, Dennis (2003) Shared antenatal care for Indigenous patients in a rural and remote community. Australian Family Physician, 32 (3).