Publications by: General Medical Training

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Casey, Jordan Rita Rose, Mogg, Erin Louise, Banks, Jennifer, Braniff, Kathleen, and Heal, Clare (2019) Perspectives and experiences of collecting antenatal colostrum in women who have had diabetes during pregnancy: a North Queensland semi-structured interview study. BMJ Open, 9. e021513.

Ward, James, Guy, Rebecca J., Rumbold, Alice R., McGregor, Skye, Wand, Handan, McManus, Hamish, Dyda, Amalie, Garton, Linda, Hengel, Belinda, Silver, Bronwyn J., Taylor-Thomson, Debbie, Knox, Janet, Donovan, Basil, Law, Matthew, Maher, Lisa, Fairley, Christopher K., Skov, Steven, Ryder, Nathan, Moore, Elizabeth, Mein, Jacqueline, Reeve, Carole, Chee, Donna Ah, Boffa, John, and Kaldor, John M. (2019) Strategies to improve control of sexually transmissible infections in remote Australian Aboriginal communities: a stepped-wedge, cluster-randomised trial. The Lancet Global Health, 7 (11). e1553-e1563.

McGrail, Matthew R., Russell, Deborah J., O'Sullivan, Belinda G., Reeve, Carole, Gasser, Lee, Campbell, David, and UNSPECIFIED (2018) Demonstrating a new approach to planning and monitoring rural medical training distribution to meet population need in North West Queensland. BMC Health Services Research, 18. 993.

Jones, Jeremy A., and Reeve, Carole A. (2018) Factors influencing the use of clinical guidelines by general practitioners working in a setting of complex multimorbidity: a case study by interviews. BMC Family Practice, 19. 157.

Clithero, Amy, Ross, Simone Jacquelyn, Middleton, Lyn, Reeve, Carole, and Neusy, Andre-Jacques (2017) Improving community health using an outcome-oriented CQI approach to community-engaged health professions education. Frontiers in Public Health, 5. 26. pp. 1-6.

Diplock, Gabrielle, Ward, James, Stewart, Simon, Scuffham, Paul, Stewart, Penny, Reeve, Carole, Davidson, Lea, and Maguire, Graeme (2017) The Alice Springs Hospital Readmission Prevention Project (ASHRAPP): a randomised control trial. BMC Health Services Research, 17. 153. pp. 1-11.

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