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18-Jul-2016Improving the quality of life of palliative and chronic disease patients and carers in remote Australia with the establishment of a day respite facility.Carey, Timothy A; Schouten, Kellie; Wakerman, John; Humphreys, John S; Miegel, Fred; Murphy, Simon; Arundell, MickJournal Article-
15-Aug-2017Patterns of resident health workforce turnover and retention in remote communities of the Northern Territory of Australia, 2013-2015.Russell, Deborah J; Zhao, Yuejen; Guthridge, Steven; Ramjan, Mark; Jones, Michael P; Humphreys, John S; Wakerman, JohnJournal ArticleAboriginal; Aboriginal health practitioner; Fly-in/fly-out; Health workforce; Remote area nurse; Remote health; Retention; Rural health services; Rural workforce; Turnover
21-Nov-2017Reducing hospital admissions in remote Australia through the establishment of a palliative and chronic disease respite facility.Carey, Timothy A; Arundell, Mick; Schouten, Kellie; Humphreys, John S; Miegel, Fred; Murphy, Simon; Wakerman, JohnJournal ArticleChronic disease; Indigenous; National weighted activity unit; Palliative care; Respite care
16-Dec-2019Remote health workforce turnover and retention: what are the policy and practice priorities?Wakerman, John; Humphreys, John; Russell, Deborah; Guthridge, Steven; Bourke, Lisa; Dunbar, Terry; Zhao, Yuejen; Ramjan, Mark; Murakami-Gold, Lorna; Jones, Michael PJournal Article; Review-
Jan-2010Respiratory syncytial virus infections in Central Australia.Dede, Apakasiamaka; Isaacs, David; Torzillo, Paul J; Wakerman, John; Roseby, Rob; Fahy, Rose; Clothier, Tors; White, Andrew; Kitto, PaulaJournal Article-
2019The Northern Territory Medical Program - growing our own in the NT.Worley, Paul; Lowe, Michael; Notaras, Leonard; Strasser, Sarah; Kidd, Michael; Slee, Mark; Williams, Rhys; Noutsos, Tina; Wakerman, JohnJournal ArticleIndigenous health; medical education; social accountability; Australia