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James Cook University conducts nationally significant and internationally recognised research.

Our aim is to position ourselves as a national and international leader in teaching and research addressing critical challenges.

Papers and research

Conference presentations 

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Conference

How do we know we’re making a difference to the future rural and remote GP workforce?Aiming for success – tools to predict registrar performance

What are the key elements of effective educational environments?

RDAQ 2018

How do we know we’re making a difference to the future rural and remote GP workforce

Aiming for success - tools to predict registrar performance

GPTECT 2018

Patient-centeredness as an indicator of program impact: The GMT experience

Developing a rural and remote Queensland GP workforce – does a rural pathway matter

Understanding Current Workforce Attractors for GP registrars and supervisors

RMA 2018

Patient-centeredness as an indicator of program impact: The GMT experience

Developing a rural and remote Queensland GP workforce – does a rural pathway matter

Understanding Current Workforce Attractors for GP registrars and supervisors

AYRI 2018

Beyond cultural awareness 101 for registrars in general practice

World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference, Cairns, 2017.

Can general practice training influence registrars?

World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference, Cairns, 2017.

Current imperatives in general practice training in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health cultural competence

World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference, Cairns, 2017.

Do GP registrars 'self-raters' judge themselves accurately?

World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference, Cairns, 2017.

Geo-spatial analysis of NWQ GP training practice shortages

World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference, Cairns, 2017.

Where does basic science fit into practice?

World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference, Cairns, 2017.

Is GP Registrar self assessment accurate?

Rural Medicine Australia, 2017

Exploring the impact of the JCU/GMT rural health workforce pipeline 

Rural Medicine Australia, 2017

Building a rural and remote GP workforce designer to meet community need

Rural Medicine Australia, 2017

 


Research publications

Malau-Aduli B, Teague P, Turner R, Holman B, D'Souza K, Garne D, Heal CHeggarty P, Hudson J, Wilson I and van der Vleuten C (2016) Improving assessment practice through cross-institutional collaboration: an exercise on the use of OSCEs. Medical Teacher, 38 (3). pp. 263-271.

Malau-Aduli, BunmiTeague, Peta-AnnTurner, RichardD'Souza, KarenGarne, David, and Wilson, Ian (2014) Benchmarking the attainment of clinical competence. In: Abstracts from 16th Ottawa Conference on the Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions, p. 48. From: OTTAWA 2014: 16th Ottawa Conference on the Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions, 25-29 April 2014, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Turner, RichardTeague, Peta-AnnMalau-Aduli, Bunmi, and D'Souza, Karen (2014) Uniform diversity: how to achieve standardization in live clinical assessments, while still retaining local autonomy. In: Abstracts from 16th Ottawa Conference on the Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions, p. 98. From: OTTAWA 2014: 16th Ottawa Conference on the Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Profession, 25-29 April 2014, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Larkins SSen Gupta TEvans R, Murray R and Preston R (2011) Addressing inequities in access to primary health care: lessons for the training of health care professionals from a regional medical school. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 17 (4). pp. 362-368.

Marley J, Atkinson D, Nelson C, Kitaura T, Gray D, Metcalf S, Murray R and Maguire G (2012) The protocol for the Be Our Ally Beat Smoking (BOABS) study, a randomised controlled trial of an intensive smoking cessation intervention in a remote Aboriginal Australian health care setting. BMC Public Health, 12. pp. 1-9.

Franklin P, Reid A, Olsen N, Peters S, de Klerk N, Brims F, Threlfall T, Murray R and Musk A (2016) Incidence of malignant mesothelioma in Aboriginal people in Western Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 40 (4). pp. 383-387.

Panzera A, Murray R, Stewart RMills J, Beaton N and Larkins S (2016) Regional health workforce planning through action research: lessons for commissioning health services from a case study in Far North Queensland. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 22 (1). pp. 63-68.

Woolley TSen 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). pp. 1-11.

Sen Gupta TWoolley 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). pp. 1-13.

Woolley TSen Gupta T, Murray R and Hays R (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). pp. 1-10.

Murray R, Larkins S, Russell H, Ewen S and Prideaux D (2012) Medical schools as agents of change: socially accountable medical education. Medical Journal of Australia, 196 (10). pp. 1-5.

Worley P and Murray R (2011) Social accountability in medical education: an Australian rural and remote perspective. Medical Teacher, 33 (8). pp. 654-658.

SB Halili Jr, F Cristobal, T Woolley, SJ Ross, C Reeve, AJ Neusy (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, 1-7.

V Carroll, R Mansour, J Humphries, J Wakerman, M Carter, C Reeve (2016) Reducing primary health care outpatient “did not attends”: Responding to community preferences

Australian Journal of Rural Health 25 (3),187-188.

S Goodwin, M McGuirk, C Reeve (2017) The impact of video telehealth consultations on professional development and patient care. Australian Journal of Rural Health 25 (3), 185-186.            

G Diplock, J Ward, S Stewart, P Scuffham, P Stewart, C Reeve, (2017) The Alice Springs Hospital Readmission Prevention Project (ASHRAPP): a randomised control trial. BMC health services research 17 (1), 153 .

C Reeve, T Woolley, SJ Ross, L Mohammadi, SB Halili Jr, F Cristobal (2017) The impact of socially-accountable health professional education: A systematic review of the literature. Medical Teacher 39 (1), 67-73.

A Clithero, SJ Ross, L Middleton, C Reeve, AJ Neusy (2017) Improving community Health Using an Outcome-Oriented cQi Approach to community-engaged Health Professions Education Frontiers in Public Health 5.

C Reeve, S Banfield, A Thomas, D Reeve, S Davis 2016 Community outreach midwiferyled model improves antenatal access in a disadvantaged population. Australian Journal of Rural Health 24 (3), 200-206.

C Reeve, J Humphreys, J Wakerman 2016. A comprehensive health service evaluation and monitoring framework. Evaluation and Program Planning 53, 91-98.

C Reeve, J Humphreys, J Wakerman, V Carroll, M Carter, T O’Brien (2015) Community participation in health service reform: the development of an innovative remote Aboriginal primary health-care service. Australian journal of primary health 21 (4), 409-416.  

S Davis, C Reeve, JS Humphreys, CRJ Humphreys 2015 How good are routinely collected primary healthcare data for evaluating the effectiveness of health service provision in a remote Aboriginal community? Rural and Remote Health 15 (2804).

C Reeve 2015 It’s all in the Translation. Flinders University Adelaide.

C Reeve, J Humphreys, J Wakerman, M Carter, V Carroll, D Reeve 2015 Strengthening primary health care: achieving health gains in a remote region of Australia. The Medical Journal of Australia 202 (9), 483-487.

PJ Chidgzey, S Davis, P Williams, C Reeve 2015 An outbreak of influenza A (H1N1) virus in a remote Aboriginal community postpandemic: implications for pandemic planning and health service policy. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 39 (1), 15-20

J Murdoch, S Davis, J Forrester, L Masuda, C Reeve. 2015. Acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in the Kimberley: using hospitalisation data to find cases and describe trends. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 39 (1), 38-43.

CM Carroll V, Reeve CA, Humphreys JS, Wakerman J 2014. Re-orienting a remote acute care model towards a primary health care approach: key enablers. Rural and Remote Health. 3/2015.

SB Davies, A Hofer, C Reeve 2014. Mortality attributable to rheumatic heart disease in the Kimberley: a data linkage approach. Internal medicine journal 44 (11), 1074-1085.

E Griffiths, C Reeve, JV Marley 2014. Hepatitis B notifications in a vaccinated cohort of Aboriginal people in the Kimberley region. The Medical Journal of Australia 201 (6), 343-346.

C Reeve, A Thomas, A Mossenson, D Reeve, S Davis 2014. Evaluation of an ear health pathway in remote communities: Improvements in ear health access. Australian Journal of Rural Health 22 (3), 127-132

A Hofer, S Woodland, R Carole 2014. Mortality due to rheumatic heart disease in the Kimberley 2001–2010. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 38 (2), 139-141.

MD Hofer Alexandra, Parker Jake, Atkinson David, C Reeve . Prevocational exposure to public health in the Kimberley: A pathway to rural, remote and public health practice. Australian Journal of Rural Health 22, 75-79.

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