Publications by: Torres Woolley

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Woolley, Torres, Ross, Simone, Larkins, Sarah, Sen Gupta, Tarun, and Whaleboat, Donald (2020) "We learnt it, then we lived it": influencing medical students' intentions toward rural practice and generalist careers via a socially-accountable curriculum. Medical Teacher. (In Press)

Quach, Diane, Woolley, Torres, Pandit, Tarsh, Rane, Ajay, and Ray, Robin A. (2020) Women's epidural decision-making in labour: a Townsville perspective. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. (In Press)

Drovandi, Aaron, and Woolley, Torres (2020) Workforce supply of pharmacists in Queensland communities from James Cook University Pharmacy Graduates. Australian Journal of Rural Health. (In Press)

Shah, Parinda, Dilgir, Sapna, Woolley, Torres, and Rane, Ajay (2020) Knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding menstruation: a study on final year medical students at an Australian university. AMSA Journal of Global Health, 14 (2). pp. 14-26.

Mitra, Farzana, and Woolley, Torres (2020) Links between perceived general practitioner support and the wellbeing of Australian patients with persistent pain. Australian Family Physician, 49 (4). pp. 221-225.

Drovandi, Aaron, Fernando, Malindu E., Singh, Tejas P., Woolley, Torres, and Golledge, Jonathan (2020) Opinions of vascular surgeons and podiatrists in Australia and New Zealand on the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for lower limb ulcers. BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care, 8. e001590.

Mitra, Farzana, and Woolley, Torres (2020) Perceived patient benefits from using prescription opioids and other therapies to manage persistent pain. Journal of Opioid Medicine, 16 (1). pp. 5-14.

Woolley, Torres, Hogenbirk, John C., and Strasser, Roger (2020) Retaining graduates of non-metropolitan medical schools for practice in the local area: the importance of locally based postgraduate training pathways in Australia and Canada. Rural and Remote Health, 20 (3). 5835.

Venkatesh, Shashidhar, Rao, Yeshwanth K., Nagaraja, Haleagrahara, Woolley, Torres, Alele, Faith O., and Malau-Aduli, Bunmi S. (2019) Factors influencing medical students’ experiences and satisfaction with blended integrated e-learning. Medical Principles and Practice, 29 (1).

Mortimer, Joshua, Verma, Ankur, Reimann, Carolyn, Brown, Ashley, and Woolley, Torres (2019) Are all rural placements created equal? A national study of placement experiences among multidisciplinary health students. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 27. pp. 118-124.

Lytton, Karryn, Woolley, Torres, Rasalam, Roy, Gorton, Susan, and Heggarty, Paula (2019) Benefits of simulated General Practice clinics in the preparation of medical students for primary healthcare. Education for Primary Care, 30 (5). pp. 275-281.

Woolley, Torres, Larkins, Sarah, and Sen Gupta, Tarun (2019) Career choices of the first seven cohorts of JCU MBBS graduates: producing generalists for regional, rural and remote northern Australia. Rural and Remote Health, 19 (2).

Van der Lugt, B.V.D., Quach, D., Harvey, N., Woolley, T., Ananthram, H., and Rane, A. (2019) Clinical competence in performing and recognising a mediolateral episiotomy of protective angle and length: a systematic review. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 126 (S2). 2913. pp. 235-236.

Tchia, Kaejenn, Lim, Lisa, See, Nadia, Parikh, Shaiel, Croker, Felicity, and Woolley, Torres (2019) Do rurally focussed dental programs produce regional and rural dentists? An exploratory cross‐sectional survey examining Australian dental graduates of 2015. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 27 (6). pp. 574-576.

Woolley, Torres, Clithero-Eridon, Amy, Elsanousi, Salwa, and Othman, Abu-Bakr (2019) Does a socially-accountable curriculum transform health professional students into competent, work-ready graduates? A cross-sectional study of three medical schools across three countries. Medical Teacher, 41 (12). pp. 1427-1433.

Ven Der Lugt, B., Harvey, N., Woolley, T., Gupta, S., Inania, M, van Santen, B, Ananthram, H., and Rane, A. (2019) Ease of use and accuracy of a perinatal measuring device (Episiometer) to ensure correct angle and length of a mediolateral episiotomy: a mixed methods study. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 126 (S2). 2793. pp. 235-236.

Woolley, Torres, and Ray, Robin Adelle (2019) Effectiveness of regional medical schools in attracting and retaining students for early-career practice in the local area: the James Cook University experience. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 27. pp. 125-131.

Woolley, Torres (2019) Influencing intention for a family medicine career may need a whole-curriculum approach. Medical Education, 53 (6). pp. 537-539.

Woolley, Torres (2019) Intended rural career modalities of final‐year James Cook University medical students. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 27 (5). pp. 412-418.

Roche, Poornima, Lytton, Karryn, Rasalam, Ranjit, Heggarty, Paula, Woolley, Torres, and Harvey, Nichole (2019) Simulated acute care wards: do they help prepare medical students for future hospital practice. In: Proceedings of the Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators. From: ANZAHPE 2019: Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators, 1-4 July 2019, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Rikard-Bell, Christopher, and Woolley, Torres (2018) Aligning an undergraduate psychological medicine subject with the mental health needs of the local region. BMC Medical Education, 18. 118.

Lim, Lisa, Parikh, Shaiel, See, Nadia, Tchia, Kaejenn, Croker, Felicity, and Woolley, Torres (2018) Do rural universities produce rural dentists? An exploratory study examining Australian dental graduates of 2015. In: [Presented at the CRANAplus Annual Conference]. 1780. From: CRANAPlus 36th Annual Conference: Think Global Act Local, 20-22 September 2018, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Ha, Tam Cam, Ng, Sheryl, Chen, Cynthia, Yong, Sook Kwin, Koh, Gerald C.H., Tan, Say Beng, Malhotra, Rahul, Altermatt, Fernando, Seim, Arnfinn, Biderman, Aya, Woolley, Torres, and Ostbye, Truls (2018) Inclination towards research and the pursuit of a research career among medical students: an international cohort study. BMC Medical Education, 18. 86.

Cobb, Nadia, Clithero, Amy, Cristobal, Fortunato, Fisher, Julian, Larkins, Sarah, Middleton, Lyn, Neusy, André-Jacques, Preston, Robyn, Ross, Simone J., Strasser, Roger, and Woolley, Torres (2018) Nurturing social accountability and community engagement. In: Kayingo, Gerald, and McCoy Hass, Virginia, (eds.) The Health Professions Educator: a practical guide for new and established faculty. Springer, New York, NY, USA, pp. 407-416.

Woolley, Torres, Cristobal, Fortunato, Siega-Sur, Jusie J., Ross, Simone, Neusy, André-Jacques, Halili, Servando D., and Reeve, Carole (2018) Positive implications from socially accountable community-engaged medical education across two Philippines regions. Rural and Remote Health, 18 (1). 4264.

Woolley, Torres, Halili, Servando D., Siega-Sur, Jusie-Lydia, Cristobal, Fortunato L., Reeve, Carole, Ross, Simone J., and Neusy, André-Jacques (2018) Socially accountable medical education strengthens community health services. Medical Education, 52 (4). pp. 391-403.

Woolley, Torres, Sen Gupta, Tarun, and Larkins, Sarah (2018) Work settings of the first seven cohorts of James Cook University Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery graduates: meeting a social accountability mandate through contribution to the public sector and Indigenous health services. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 26 (4). pp. 258-264.

Trollope, Alexandra, Bellei, Maria, Woolley, Torres, and Harris, Ryan (2017) Evaluation of an interactive E-book as an effective resource for student engagement and learning in anatomy. In: Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education 2017. From: Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME), 27-28 September 2017, Monash University, VIC, Australia.

Halili, Servando ‘Ben’ Jr., Cristobal, Fortunato, Woolley, Torres, Ross, Simone J., Reeve, Carole, and Neusy, A-J. (2017) Addressing health workforce inequities in the Mindanao regions of the Philippines: tracer study of graduates from a socially-accountable, community-engaged medical school and graduates from a conventional medical school. Medical Teacher, 39 (8). pp. 859-865.

Shashidhar, Venkatesh, Woolley, Torres, Rao, Yeshwanth, Nagaraja, Haleagrahara, and Malau-Aduli, Bunmi (2017) Lessons learnt from implementing blended ‘integrated ’learning into an undergraduate medical curriculum. MedEdPublish, 6. pp. 1-11.

Woolley, T., Sen Gupta, T., and Bellei, M. (2017) Predictors of remote practice location in the first seven cohorts of James Cook University MBBS graduates. Rural and Remote Health, 17 (1).

Reeve, Carole, Woolley, Torres, Ross, Simone J., Mohammadi, Leila, Halili, Servando "Ben", Cristobal, Fortunato, Siega-Sur, Jusie Lydia J., and Neusy, A-J. (2017) The impact of socially-accountable health professional education: a systematic review of the literature. Medical Teacher, 39 (1). pp. 67-73.

Siega-Sur, J.L., Woolley, T., Ross, S.J., Reeve, C., and Neusy, A-J. (2017) The impact of socially-accountable, community-engaged medical education on graduates in the Central Philippines: implications for the global rural medical workforce. Medical Teacher, 39 (10). pp. 1084-1091.

Woolley, T., Sen Gupta, T., and Murray, R. (2016) James Cook University's decentralised medical training model: an important part of the rural workforce pipeline in northern Australia. Rural and Remote Health, 16 (1). 3611. pp. 1-11.

Wallace, Darlene, Woolley, Torres, Martin, David, Rasalam, Roy, and Bellei, Maria (2016) Medication calculation and administration workshop and hurdle assessment increases student awareness towards the importance of safe practices to decrease medication errors in the future. Education for Health, 29 (3). pp. 171-178.

Diaz, Claudia M., and Woolley, Torres (2015) Engaging multidisciplinary first year students to learn anatomy via stimulating teaching and active, experiential learning approaches. Medical Science Educator, 25 (4). pp. 367-376.

Ray, Robin, Woolley, Torres, and Sen Gupta, Tarun (2015) James Cook University's rurally orientated medical school selection process: quality graduates and positive workforce outcomes. Rural and Remote Health, 15. 3424. pp. 1-11.

Chopra, Anubhav, Woolley, Torres, and Gunnarsson, Ronny (2015) Barriers and enablers of James Cook University Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery graduates pursuing a research career. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23 (4). pp. 221-226.

Woolley, Torres, Whaleboat, Donald, and Rasalam, Roy (2015) Experiences of JCU MBBS graduates in remote northern Australian towns: preliminary findings. In: Lime Connection VI. From: LIME Connection VI, 11-13 August 2015, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Woolley, T., Hays, R., Barnwell, S., Sen Gupta, T., and McCloskey, T. (2015) A successful longitudinal graduate tracking system for monitoring Australian medical school graduate outcomes. Rural and Remote Health, 15 (4). pp. 1-6.

Sen Gupta, Tarun, Hays, Richard, Woolley, Torres, Kelly, Gill, and Jacobs, Harry (2014) Workplace immersion in the final year of an undergraduate medicine course: the views of final year students and recent graduates. Medical Teacher, 36 (6). pp. 518-526.

Schauer, Anna, Woolley, Torres, and Sen Gupta, Tarun (2014) Factors driving James Cook University Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery graduates' choice of internship location and beyond. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 22 (2). pp. 56-62.

Sen Gupta, T., Woolley, T., Murray, R., Hays, R., and McCloskey, T. (2014) Positive impacts on rural and regional workforce from the first seven cohorts of James Cook University medical graduates. Rural and Remote Health, 14 (1). 2657. pp. 1-13.

Forde, Allan, Woolley, Torres, Harvey, Nichole, and Rasalam, Roy (2014) Integrated case scenarios prepare medical students for clinical skills examinations. International Journal of Clinical Skills, 8 (1). pp. 21-30.

Woolley, Torres, Sen Gupta, Tarun, Murray, Richard, and Hays, Richard (2014) Predictors of rural practice location for James Cook University MBBS graduates at postgraduate year 5. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 22 (4). pp. 165-171.

Sen Gupta, T., Murray, R., Hays, R., and Woolley, T. (2013) James Cook University MBBS graduate intentions and intern destinations: a comparative study with other Queensland and Australian medical schools. Rural and Remote Health, 13 (2). 2313. pp. 1-10.

Ross, Simone, Whaleboat, Donald, Duffy, Glenda, Woolley, Torres, Sivamalai, Sundram, and Solomon, Shaun (2013) A successful engagement between a medical school and a remote North Queensland Indigenous community: process and impact. In: Edmonds, Cathy, (ed.) LIME Good Practice Case Studies. Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network, Melbourne, VIC, pp. 39-45.

Duffy, G., Ross, S.J., Woolley, T.S., Sivamalai, S., Whaleboat, D., and Miller, A. (2013) Processes and outcomes for a successful engagement between a medical school and a remote Indigenous community in North Queensland, Australia. Rural and Remote Health, 13 (2). 2277. pp. 1-10.

Roche, Poornima, and Woolley, Torres (2013) Enhancing medical student professionalism through Peer Physical Examination: preliminary results of a longitudinal study. International Journal of Clinical Skills, 7 (5). pp. 84-89.

Woolley, Torres, and Roche, Poornima (2013) Gender and culture impact on student willingness for peer examination. International Journal of Clinical Skills, 7 (6). pp. 95-100.

Woolley, Torres, Sivamalai, Sundram, Ross, Simone, Duffy, Glenda, and Miller, Adrian (2013) Indigenous perspectives on the desired attributes of medical graduates practising in remote communities: a northwest Queensland pilot study. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21 (2). pp. 90-96.

Pham, Xiuzhi, Page, Priscilla, Sivamalai, Sundram, and Woolley, Torres (2012) The benefits of a tailor-made pilot primary health-care course for Indigenous high school students in remote Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20 (3). pp. 113-118.

Sivamalai, Sundram, Murthy, Shashidar Venkatesh, Sen Gupta, Tarun, and Woolley, Torres (2011) Teaching pathology via online digital microscopy: positive learning outcomes for rurally based medical students. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 19 (1). pp. 45-51.

Sen Gupta, Tarun, Hays, Richard, Woolley, Torres, Seidl, Isaac, and Johnson, Andrew (2011) Challenges with maintaining clinical teaching capacity in regional hospitals. Medical Journal of Australia, 195 (10). pp. 584-585.

Sen Gupta, Tarun, Grant, Maggie, Jukka, Clare, and Woolley, Torres (2011) Key factors ensuring quality of rural placements. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, 4 (1). 63- 74.

Woolley, Torres, Buettner, Petra G., and Lowe, John (2010) Comparing the sun-related beliefs and behaviours of men and women across age groups: a qualitative study in a tropical region. Journal of Rural and Tropical Public Health, 9. pp. 101-108.

Woolley, Torres, and Buettner, Petra G. (2010) Sun protective behaviours amongst recreational boat users in northern Australia: associations with personal experience of skin cancer. Journal of Rural and Tropical Public Health, 9. pp. 31-35.

Woolley, Torres (2010) Workplace sun protection policies could reduce skin cancer rates in genetically susceptible populations living at low latitudes. Journal of Rural and Tropical Public Health, 9. pp. 48-50.

Usher, Kim, Gardner, Anne, Buttner, Petra, Woolley, Torres, Sando, Jenny, White, Kate, and West, Caryn (2009) The H1N1 influenza 09 and its potential impact on the Australian nursing workforce. Collegian, 16 (4). pp. 169-170.

Woolley, Torres (2009) Reducing sun-induced skin damage in a high-risk group of North Queensland men. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Woolley, Torres, and Buettner, Petra (2009) Similarity of sun protection attitudes and behaviours within North Queensland peer groups. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 20 (2). pp. 107-111.

Woolley, Torres , Lowe, John , Raasch, Beverley , Glasby, Margaret , and Buttner, Petra G. (2008) Workplace sun protection policies and employees' sun-related skin damage. American Journal of Health Behavior, 32 (2). pp. 201-208.

Raasch, Beverley, and Woolley, Torres (2006) Management of primary superficial basal cell carcinoma. Australian Family Physician, 35 (6). pp. 455-458.

Woolley, Torres, and Raasch, Beverley (2005) Predictors of sunburn in north Queensland recreational boat users. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 16 (1). pp. 26-31.

Woolley, Torres, Sen Gupta, Tarun, and Thistlethwaite, Jill (2005) Effective and enthusiastic rural preceptors. What they need to know and what they need to have. An integrated approach to the support and training of rural clinicians who teach medical students on placement. Report. Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Sen Gupta, Tarun, Gupta, Shatendra Kumar, Jukka, Clare, Woolley, Torres, and Taylor, Louise (2005) Going Bush: a chance of a lifetime: key factors ensuring the quality of 4- and 8- week rural placements for medical students. Report. General Practice and Rural Medicine, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Woolley, Torres, Buttner, Petra G., and Lowe, John (2004) Predictors of sun protection in northern Australian men with a history of nonmelanoma skin cancer. Preventive Medicine, 39 (2). pp. 300-307.

Woolley, Torres , Buettner, Petra G., and Lowe, John B. (2003) Sunburn in Australian men with a history of non-melanoma skin cancer. American Journal of Health Behavior, 27 (3). pp. 195-207.

Woolley, Torres , Buttner, Petra, and Lowe, John (2002) Sun-related behaviors of outdoor working men with a history of non-melanoma skin cancer. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 44 (9). pp. 847-854.

Woolley, Torres, Buttner, Petra G., and Lowe, John (2002) Sun-related behaviours of outdoor working men previous non-melanoma skin cancer. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 44 (9). pp. 847-854.

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