professional practice location
Summary: Geographic area in which a professional person practices; includes primarily physicians and dentists.
Publications178 found, 100 shown here
- Spousal perspectives on factors influencing recruitment and retention of rural family physiciansErin Mayo
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John s, Nfld
Can J Rural Med 11:271-6. 2006..This study describes the factors that both directly and indirectly influence spousal contentment and explores how these factors contribute toward recruitment and retention of physicians to rural practice locations...
- Using the theory of reasoned action to model retention in rural primary care physiciansThomas Hugh Feeley
Dept of Family Medicine, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 462 Grider St, CC Building, Buffalo, NY 14215, USA
J Rural Health 19:245-51. 2003..Much research attention has focused on medical students', residents', and physicians' decisions to join a rural practice, but far fewer studies have examined retention of rural primary care physicians...
- The Canadian contribution to the US physician workforceRobert L Phillips
The Robert Graham Center, Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care, Washington, DC 20036, USA
CMAJ 176:1083-7. 2007..We sought to examine the migration pattern of Canadian-trained physicians to the United States, the contribution of this migration to the Canadian physician shortage and policy options in light of competing shortages in both countries...
- Do students from rural backgrounds engage in rural family practice more than their urban-raised peers?Wayne Woloschuk
Undergraduate Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Med Educ 38:259-61. 2004..The purpose of this study was to determine whether the students with rural backgrounds who participated in the original investigation were more likely than their urban-raised peers to be currently engaged in rural family practice...
- The positive impact of rural medical schools on rural intern choicesEhi U Igumbor
Rural Remote Health 5:417. 2005
- Rural origin plus a rural clinical school placement is a significant predictor of medical students' intentions to practice rurally: a multi-university studyJudith H Walker
Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Rural Remote Health 12:1908. 2012..The aim of this study is to identify and assess factors affecting preference for future rural practice among medical students participating in the Australian Rural Clinical Schools (RCS) Program...
- Location of family medicine graduates' practices. What factors influence Albertans' choices?O Szafran
Primary Care Research Unit, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Can Fam Physician 47:2279-85. 2001..To examine factors that influence family medicine graduates' choice of practice location...
- Rural-urban and gender differences in procedures performed by family practice residency graduatesR G Chaytors
Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Fam Med 33:766-71. 2001..We compared the types of procedures performed and obstetrical care provided by family practice residency graduates, by practice location and physician gender..
- Future potential country doctor: the perspectives of German GPsIris Natanzon
University Hospital of Heidelberg, Department of General Practice and Health Services Research, Heidelberg, Germany
Rural Remote Health 10:1347. 2010..The aim of this study was to explore the 'pros and cons' of GPs' work in rural areas and to identify from GPs' perspective possible measures for counteracting future GP shortages...
- Starting rural, staying rural: how can we strengthen the pathway from rural upbringing to rural practice?Roger Strasser
Northern Ontario School of Medicine Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research, Laurentian University, 935 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Aust J Rural Health 18:242-8. 2010..To determine if selecting rural background students into the Monash Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program affects vocational training location and intended practice location after training...
- Graduates of Lebanese medical schools in the United States: an observational study of international migration of physiciansElie A Akl
Department of Medicine, University at Buffalo, NY, USA
BMC Health Serv Res 7:49. 2007....
- New Zealand rural general practitioners 1999 survey--part 1: an overview of the rural doctor workforce and their concernsR Janes
Department of General Practice, Wellington School of Medicine, University of Otago
N Z Med J 114:492-5. 2001..To obtain current information about New Zealand rural general practitioners (GPs) and their localitites...
- Influence of hometown on family physicians' choice to practice in rural settingsMichael E Wade
Indiana State Department of Health, USA
Fam Med 39:248-54. 2007..This study examines the influence of a physician's hometown location on the choice of practice location, adjusting for confounding variables...
- Does exposure to medically underserved areas during training influence eventual choice of practice location?Laura A Tavernier
Department of Family Medicine, Department of Preventive Medicine, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, Tennessee 38163, USA
Med Educ 37:299-304. 2003..The purpose of this study is to identify whether early exposure(s) to medically underserved settings prior to medical school is associated with eventual choice of practice location...
- Predicting rural practice using different definitions to classify medical school applicants as having a rural upbringingJohn A Owen
Office of Continuing Medical Education, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA 22908 0711, USA
J Rural Health 23:133-40. 2007..This study determines the relationship between a medical school applicant's rural background and the likelihood of rural practice using different definitions of rural background...
- Factors associated with rural practice among Australian-trained general practitionersGillian A Laven
Department of General Practice, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA
Med J Aust 179:75-9. 2003..To determine the factors associated with general practitioners' current practice location, with particular emphasis on rural location...
- Who is caring for the underserved? A comparison of primary care physicians and nonphysician clinicians in California and WashingtonKevin Grumbach
Center for California Health Workforce Studies, University of California, San Francisco, Calif, USA
Ann Fam Med 1:97-104. 2003..The objective of this study was to compare the geographic distribution and patient populations of physician and nonphysician primary care clinicians...
- Does recruitment lead to retention? Rural Clinical School training experiences and subsequent intern choicesD Eley
School of Medicine, Rural Clinical Division SWQ, University of Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Rural Remote Health 6:511. 2006....
- Where is the evidence that rural exposure increases uptake of rural medical practice?Geetha Ranmuthugala
Monash University, School of Rural Health, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 15:285-8. 2007....
- Work of female rural doctorsJo Wainer
Monash University School of Rural Health, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 12:49-53. 2004..To identify the impact of family life on the ways women practice rural medicine and the changes needed to attract women to rural practice...
- A new model to understand the career choice and practice location decisions of medical graduatesP Stagg
Flinders University Rural Clinical School, Renmark, South Australia, Australia
Rural Remote Health 9:1245. 2009..The aim of this research was to identify what factors influence the career choices of PRCC graduates...
- Telehealth to support practice in remote regions: a survey among medical residentsMarie Pierre Gagnon
Health Telematics Unit, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Telemed J E Health 11:442-50. 2005..Telehealth constitutes a precious tool to support the delivery of health services in remote regions and to facilitate the work of physicians. Nonetheless, telehealth alone would not solve medical resource shortages in remote regions...
- The maldistribution of general practitioners in England and Wales: 1974-2003Mark Hann
National Primary Care Research and Development Centre, University of Manchester, Manchester
Br J Gen Pract 54:894-8. 2004..Maldistribution across family health service authorities in England and Wales fell between 1974 and the mid-1980s but then remained, at best, constant until the mid-1990s...
- Demographics and distribution of dentists in Mississippi: a dental work force studyDenise Krause
University of Mississippi School of Dentistry, Department of Periodontics and Preventive Sciences, Jackson, MS 39216, USA
J Am Dent Assoc 136:668-77. 2005....
- Rural doctors and rural backgrounds: how strong is the evidence? A systematic reviewGillian Laven
Department of General Practice, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 11:277-84. 2003..We sought to summarise the evidence for an association between rural background and rural practice by systematically reviewing the national and international published reports...
- The impact of U.S. medical students' debt on their choice of primary care careers: an analysis of data from the 2002 medical school graduation questionnaireRoger A Rosenblatt
University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Box 354696, Seattle, WA 98195 4696, USA
Acad Med 80:815-9. 2005..To examine the hypothesis that medical students' rising total educational debt is one of the factors that explains the recent decline in students' interest in family medicine and primary care...
- Impact of the University of California, Los Angeles/Charles R. Drew University Medical Education Program on medical students' intentions to practice in underserved areasMichelle Ko
Charles R Drew University of Medicine and Science, 1741 Colby Avenue, 301, Los Angeles, CA 90025, USA
Acad Med 80:803-8. 2005..To estimate the impact of a U.S. inner-city medical education program on medical school graduates' intentions to practice in underserved communities...
- A program to increase the number of family physicians in rural and underserved areas: impact after 22 yearsH K Rabinowitz
Center for Medical Education Research and Policy, and Department of Family Medicine, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA
JAMA 281:255-60. 1999..The shortage of physicians in rural areas is a longstanding and serious problem, and national and state policymakers and educators continue to face the challenge of finding effective ways to increase the supply of rural physicians...
- Long-term retention of graduates from a program to increase the supply of rural family physiciansHoward K Rabinowitz
Department of Family Medicine, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Suite 401, 1015 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA
Acad Med 80:728-32. 2005..To determine the long-term retention of rural family physicians graduating from the Physician Shortage Area Program (PSAP) of Jefferson Medical College...
- Palliative care in the hinterlands: a description of existing services and doctors' attitudesGlenn J Pereira
Braeside Hospital, South Western Sydney Area Health Service, Asquith, New South Wales 2077, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 13:343-7. 2005..Generalist doctors' attitudes to palliative care are also explored, as this information is lacking in the literature but is important for service provision...
- Why are you draining your brain? Factors underlying decisions of graduating Lebanese medical students to migrateElie A Akl
Department of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo, ECMC CC 142, 462 Grider Street, Buffalo, NY 14215, USA
Soc Sci Med 64:1278-84. 2007..The marketing of abroad training and the culture of migration are prevalent in the academic institutions...
- Recruiting physicians and long-term viability: perspectives of physicians and practice managersRobert W Hankins
Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, USA
J Health Care Finance 29:76-86. 2002..The study found general agreementon mostof the 15 factors considered. Disagreementexisted, however, on the importance of salary and benefits and the importance of physicians' ability to make management decisions...
- Rural doctors' satisfaction in Japan: a nationwide surveyMasatoshi Matsumoto
Department of Community and Family Medicine, Jichi Medical School, Tochigi, Japan
Aust J Rural Health 12:40-8. 2004..The purpose of this paper was to discover to what degree Japanese rural doctors are satisfied with various aspects of their jobs and lives, and to find out whether they intend to continue their rural careers...
- Relationship between practice location of Ontario family physicians and their rural background or amount of rural medical education experienceJames T B Rourke
Dept of Family Medicine, University of Western Ontario, London
Can J Rural Med 10:231-40. 2005..The present study was designed to determine if there was a difference in rural background and rural medical education experience between practising rural physicians and practising urban physicians in Ontario...
- Do South African medical students of rural origin return to rural practice?Elma de Vries
School of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Cape Town
S Afr Med J 93:789-93. 2003..To investigate the career choices of medical graduates of rural origin in the South African context, and to determine what proportion of rural-origin graduates are currently practising in a rural area...
- Influences on the choice of health professionals to practice in rural areasI D Couper
Division of Rural Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
S Afr Med J 97:1082-6. 2007..Training health care professionals (HCPs) to work in rural areas is a challenge for educationalists. This study aimed to understand how HCPs choose to work in rural areas and how education influences this...
- Rural practice evaluation: how do rural physicians evaluate their working conditions?M Matsumoto
Fujihashi Clinic, Community and Family Medicine, Jichi Medical School, Higashi Yokoyama, Fujihashi, IBI, Gifu, Japan
Aust J Rural Health 9:64-8. 2001..Identifying these discrepancies may contribute to creating an environment that will raise the level of rural physicians' satisfaction...
- Community based medical education in a rural area: a new direction in undergraduate trainingJ P Sturmberg
School of Rural Health, University of New South Wales, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 9:S14-8. 2001..The paper outlines the conceptual approach towards the development and implementation of this novel approach to community based medical education...
- Oral health workforce in rural and remote Western Australia: practice perceptionsEstie Kruger
Centre for Rural and Remote Oral Health, University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley, Western Australia 6009, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 13:321-6. 2005....
- An anonymous survey of provincial, rural and remote obstetricians' long-term practice intentions; implications for the provision of specialist obstetric services outside metropolitan areas in AustraliaStephen Robson
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Australian National University Medical School, The Canberra Hospital, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol 45:395-8. 2005..Objective data and anecdotal reports suggest that non-metropolitan Australia may face a severe shortage of specialist obstetricians in the near future...
- Supporting an emerging workforce: characteristics of rural and remote therapy assistants in Western AustraliaIvan Lin
Combined Universities Centre for Rural Health, Geraldton, Western Australia, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 15:334-9. 2007..As an aid to planning and support of TA programs in rural and remote Western Australia (WA), the number, locality and a range of practice variables of rural and remote TAs in WA were determined...
- The Hawaii/Pacific Basin AHEC--training the health workforce in select medically underserved areas of the PacificKelley Withy
Hawaii Pacific Basin AHEC, John A Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii Honolulu 96822, USA
Pac Health Dialog 11:121-3. 2004
- How do registered nurses define rurality?Judith C Kulig
School of Health Sciences, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Aust J Rural Health 16:28-32. 2008..The objective of this analysis was to identify the meaning of rurality for registered nurses (RNs) practising in rural and remote Canada...
- Factors in recruiting and retaining health professionals for rural practiceZina M Daniels
Physical Therapy Program, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM 87131 0001, USA
J Rural Health 23:62-71. 2007..Rural communities, often with complex health care issues, have difficulty creating and sustaining an adequate health professional workforce...
- High school census tract information predicts practice in rural and minority communitiesSusan Hughes
Family and Community Medicine, University of California, San Francisco Fresno Medical Education Program, Fresno, CA 93701, USA
J Rural Health 21:228-32. 2005..Identify census-derived characteristics of residency graduates' high school communities that predict practice in rural, medically underserved, and high minority-population settings...
- Influence of a rural background on a medical student's decision to specialize in family medicineR W Pretorius
Department of Family Medicine, Buffalo, New York, USA
Rural Remote Health 8:928. 2008..New York's social and political structure is additionally influenced by the presence of New York City, the largest city in the USA and one of the world's major financial centers...
- The challenge of providing doctors for rural AmericaMichael E Whitcomb
Acad Med 80:715-6. 2005
- Increasing the number of rural physiciansJames Rourke
Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University, St John s, Newfoundland and Labrador
CMAJ 178:322-5. 2008
- The four-legged kitchen stool. Recruitment and retention of rural family physiciansJames Goertzen
Can Fam Physician 51:1181-3, 1184-6. 2005
- Rural Kentucky's physician shortage: strategies for producing, recruiting, and retaining primary care providers within a medically underserved regionBaretta R Casey
University of Kentucky Center for Rural Health, Hazard 41701, USA
J Ky Med Assoc 103:505-13. 2005
- Where do I go from here: we've got enough seniors?Selena Gillham
Monash University School of Rural Health, Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies in Rural Health, MOE, Victoria, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 15:313-20. 2007..To identify recruitment and retention issues for allied health professionals at two rural health services...
- Twelve tips on rural medical placements: what has worked to make them successfulSue Page
North Coast Medical Education Collaborative and Northern Rivers University, Department of Rural Health, Lismore, Australia
Med Teach 30:592-6. 2008..This paper presents tips for success gleaned from the results of experience in providing rural placement opportunities to medical students throughout their medical school experience...
- Rural health professions education at East Tennessee State University: survey of graduates from the first decade of the community partnership programJoseph A Florence
Department of Family Medicine, James H Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN 37614, USA
J Rural Health 23:77-83. 2007..Interdisciplinary learning, problem solving, and reinforcement of career choices in medically underserved rural communities were emphasized...
- Exploring the effects of telehealth on medical human resources supply: a qualitative case study in remote regionsMarie Pierre Gagnon
Evaluative Research Unit, Quebec University Hospital Centre, Quebec, Canada
BMC Health Serv Res 7:6. 2007..The purpose of this study was to explore physicians' and managers' perceptions regarding the potential of telehealth to support recruitment and retention of physicians in remote and rural regions...
- Securing and retaining a mental health workforce in Far Western New South WalesDavid Perkins
Centre for Equity and Primary Health Research in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven, Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, University of New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 15:94-8. 2007..To identify strategies local managers can use to optimise recruitment and retention of mental health staff in rural locations...
- Rural Remote and Metropolitan Area 3: the forgotten RRMAJenny May
University Department of Rural Health Northern NSW, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 15:216-7. 2007
- Physician perceptions of practice environment and professional satisfaction in California: from urban to ruralKyle Luman
Department of Family and Community Medicine and the Center for California Health Workforce Studies, University of California, San Francisco, CA 93720 USA
J Rural Health 23:222-8. 2007..Few studies have systematically examined the experience of rural practice from the physician's perspective or included physicians from an array of specialties, particularly non-primary care...
- Use of clinical placements as a means of recruiting health care professionals to underserviced areas in Southeastern Ontario: part 2 - community perspectivesKelly van Diepen
School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Aust J Rural Health 15:29-34. 2007..Discussion surrounding current gaps in recruitment strategies and potential funding sources are explored...
- Harnessing a university to address rural health workforce shortages in AustraliaDavid Lyle
Broken Hill Department of Rural Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 15:227-33. 2007..To describe the efforts of health faculties at the University of Sydney to contribute to the recruitment and retention of rural health professionals and examine for opportunities that would benefit from an institutional-led response...
- Career preferences of new medical students at four Australian universities: rural family medicine versus the restBruce Wright
Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Aust J Rural Health 14:229-30. 2006
- Help wanted. Benefits include an idyllic rural setting, a friendly community and some assistance paying off those hefty medical school loansJessica Zigmond
Mod Healthc 36:30-1. 2006
- Evidence for the acceptability and academic success of an innovative remote and rural extended placementMorven Wilson
University of Aberdeen, Centre for Undergraduate Medicine, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, Scotland
Rural Remote Health 8:960. 2008..Because this was a novel option the study also looks at the academic performance of the first cohort of students to ensure quality control of teaching and learning...
- What outcomes should we expect from programs that pay physicians'training expenses in exchange for service?Donald E Pathman
Progam on Health Professions and Primary Care, Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services Research, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
N C Med J 67:77-82. 2006
- New Zealand rural primary health care workforce in 2005: more than just a doctor shortageFelicity Goodyear-Smith
Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care, School of Population Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Aust J Rural Health 16:40-6. 2008..To obtain a 2005 snapshot of New Zealand (NZ) rural primary health care workforce, specifically GPs, general practice nurses and community pharmacists...
- [Adapting medical education to meet the physician recruitment needs of rural and remote regions in Canada, the US and Australia]Geoffrey Tesson
Centre de recherche en santé dans les milieux ruraux et du nord, Université Laurentienne, Canada
Cah Sociol Demogr Med 45:229-53. 2005..The study highlights the important role played by special government funding targeted at rural medical education initiatives and discusses the challenges that such initiatives face...
- Factors that influence students in choosing rural nursing practice: a pilot studyAngeline Bushy
School of Nursing, University of Central Florida, USA
Rural Remote Health 5:387. 2005..Nursing shortages continue globally and are especially critical in rural and remote communities. Attracting nurses to work in less populated regions presents challenges that differ from those in urban areas...
- Title VII funding and physician practice in rural or low-income areasAlex H Krist
Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA
J Rural Health 21:3-11. 2005..Whether Title VII funding enhances physician supply in underserved areas has not clearly been established...
- Starting out in rural New South Wales: the experiences of new graduate occupational therapistsSarah Lee
Goulbourn Base Hospital, Goulbourn, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 11:36-43. 2003..Furthermore, enhancing the support available to new graduates in rural positions may help retain graduates in rural practice...
- Effectiveness of financial incentives in exchange for rural and underserviced area return-of-service commitments: systematic review of the literatureIan P Sempowski
Department of Family Medicine, Queen s University, Kingston, Ontario
Can J Rural Med 9:82-8. 2004..To evaluate the effectiveness of programs that provide financial incentives to physicians in exchange for a rural or underserviced area return-of-service (ROS) commitment...
- Choosing to practice in rural dietetics: what factors influence that decision?Susan E Heaney
Discipline of General Practice, School of Medical Practice and Population Health, The University of Newcastle, Callaghan, New South Wales 2308, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 12:192-6. 2004..The present study aimed to identify those factors that influence the decision of a dietitian to consider working in a rural area...
- Education for and retention in rural practiceJack M Colwill
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri Columbia, 65212, USA
J Rural Health 19:233-5. 2003
- Why do rural primary care physicians sell their practices?Jeffrey Stensland
Project HOPE, Bethesda, MD 20814, USA
J Rural Health 18:93-108. 2002..Therefore, additional sales of rural primary care practices to nonlocal buyers are expected. Further research is necessary to determine whether this shift in control will lead to changes in the quality or accessibility of care...
- Training family physicians for practice in Appalachia: 25 years of serving the health needs of east TennesseansJim L Wilson
Department of Family Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Box 70621, Johnson City, TN 37614, USA
Tenn Med 96:556-8. 2003
- Outcomes of states' scholarship, loan repayment, and related programs for physiciansDonald E Pathman
Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services Research, UNC Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599, USA
Med Care 42:560-8. 2004....
- Surgical rotations in provincial South Australia: the trainees' perspectiveMartin H Bruening
Department of Surgery, University of Adelaide, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville Road, Woodville, Adelaide, South Australia 5011, Australia
ANZ J Surg 73:65-8. 2003..Although it is accepted that an undergraduate rural exposure favourably influences graduates to undertake rural practice, it is not known whether postgraduate terms exert a similar effect...
- The future supply of family physicians: implications for rural AmericaJack M Colwill
University of Missouri Columbia School of Medicine, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 22:190-8. 2003..If numbers of FP graduates return to 1993 levels, the density of FPs in rural America and in the nation as a whole will decline after 2010...
- Recruitment and retention of rural allied health professionals in developmental disability services in New South WalesLois A Denham
Department of Ageing Disability and Home Care, Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 12:28-9. 2004
- The reported value of rural internal medicine residency electives and factors that influence rural career choiceChristine C Jensen
UWMC Roosevelt, Seatlle, WA 98105, USA
J Rural Health 18:25-30. 2002..Generalizability is limited by several factors, including small sample size and the possibility of pre-existing differences between elective participants and nonparticipants...
- "Where have all the students gone?" Retaining medical school graduates through educational innovationsChristopher Urbina
Department of Health and Community Medicine, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, New Mexico, USA
Educ Health (Abingdon) 16:279-85. 2003..New Mexico's only medical school, the University of New Mexico School of Medicine is state supported. New Mexico and its medical school have a vested interest in its graduates returning to the state to practice...
- Predictive accuracy of rural physicians' stated retention plansDonald E Pathman
Cecil G Sheps Center, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, USA
J Rural Health 19:236-44. 2003....
- Why paediatricians rural out going to the country but support opportunities for changeS M Gorton
School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia
J Paediatr Child Health 37:113-7. 2001....
- A profile of PMS salaried GP contracts and their impact on recruitmentJ Williams
Division of General Practice, University of Nottingham, UK
Fam Pract 18:283-7. 2001..Recruitment success was similar to that achieved by inner city practices generally. This modest achievement might be enhanced by the addition of professional development schemes and increased flexible/part-time working...
- Getting the balance right? GPs who chose to stay in rural practiceRichard Hays
School of Medicine, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 11:193-8. 2003..Despite major challenges to the retention of rural GPs in Australia, little is known about why some rural GPs stay long-term within their communities...
- Why nurses are attracted to rural and remote practiceDesley Hegney
Centre for Rural and Remote Area Nursing, University of Southern Queensland, PO Darling Heights, Toowoomba, Queensland 4350, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 10:178-86. 2002..The paper makes recommendations to attract nurses to the rural and remote work force...
- Sustaining the rural primary healthcare workforce: survey of healthcare professionals in the Scottish HighlandsHelen M Richards
Centre for Rural Health, Aberdeen University, Beechwood Park, Inverness, Scotland
Rural Remote Health 5:365. 2005....
- The impact of rural clinical placement on student nurses' employment intentionsMary Courtney
Centre for Nursing Research, Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove
Collegian 9:12-8. 2002..These results support the theory that undergraduate rural clinical experience can have a positive influence on the recruitment of health professionals to rural areas...
- Development of a questionnaire measuring student attitudes to working and living in rural areasMaree E Adams
Spencer Gulf Rural Health School, University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Rural Remote Health 5:327. 2005..This article reports on the development, reliability and validity of such a tool to fill this gap in the rural health research literature...
- Retaining rural and remote area nurses. The Queensland, Australia experienceDesley Hegney
Center for Rural and Remote Area Nursing, University of Southern Queensland, PO Darling Heights, Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia
J Nurs Adm 32:128-35. 2002....
- Community-driven medical education: the rural componentRobert C Bowman
Rural Medical Educator Group, National Rural Health Association, USA
J Rural Health 19:214-7. 2003
- The future of rural general practice in New ZealandMartin London
N Z Med J 117:U812. 2004
- What are the research priorities of Canadian dentists?Paul Allison
Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
J Can Dent Assoc 68:662. 2002..With respect to more specific research topics, the highest priority subjects were dental materials other than amalgam and periodontal diseases...
- Rural practice and retention in New Zealand: an examination of New Zealand-trained and foreign-trained doctorsArlene Garces-Ozanne
Department of Economics, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
N Z Med J 124:14-23. 2011....
- State public policy: the impacts of Oklahoma's physician incentive programsMichael Lapolla
Center for Health Policy and Research, Oklahoma State University, 2345 Southwest Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74107, USA
J Okla State Med Assoc 97:190-4. 2004..This is an average of dollar 30,000 per recipient. In return, each of these physicians will create 34 jobs and almost dollar 1 million of annual income...
- OB fellowship outcomes 1992-2010: where do they go, who stops delivering, and why?W MacMillan Rodney
Medicos para la Familia, Memphis, TN 38119, USA
Fam Med 42:712-6. 2010..Besides obstetrical practice, rural service and attainment of faculty appointment were used as surrogate measures of fulfilling an underserved need for family medicine obstetrics...
- What would attract general practice trainees into rural practice in New Zealand?Douglas Hill
Broadway Medical Centre, Dunedin, New Zealand
N Z Med J 115:U161. 2002..The shortage of rural doctors is acknowledged worldwide. This study aimed to identify incentives that would attract doctors into rural practice in New Zealand...
- Primary care. Those who canLynne Moody
Lincolnshire South West Teaching Primary Care Trust
Health Serv J 113:30. 2003
- Recruitment of physicians to rural America: a view through the lens of Transaction Cost TheoryJ Matthew Fannin
Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA
J Rural Health 23:141-9. 2007..While several studies have examined some of the factors affecting the nature of this problem, we know far less about the role of economic incentives between rural providers and physicians...
- When London's found wantingNicola Buxton
Health Serv J 113:34-5. 2003
- Eliciting GPs' preferences for pecuniary and non-pecuniary job characteristicsA Scott
Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen, Foresterhill, Aberdeen, AB25 2ZD, UK
J Health Econ 20:329-47. 2001..The results suggest that policies aimed at influencing General Practitioners' location choices should take account of both non-pecuniary and pecuniary factors, particularly out of hours work commitments...
- Describing Hawai'i's nursing home physicians: the results of a surveyChristina Bell
John A Hartford Center of Excellence in Geriatrics, Department of Geriatric Medicine, John A Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawai i, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA
Hawaii Med J 67:126-30. 2008..Despite a growing need for physicians providing care to nursing home patients, the characteristics of physicians providing such care are not well described...
- Rural temperament and character: a new perspective on retention of rural doctorsDiann Eley
School of Medicine Rural Clinical Division, University of Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 16:12-22. 2008..The overall aim is to describe how individual levels and combinations of temperament (mildly heritable) and character (influenced by sociocultural learning) traits allow GPs to flourish or fail in rural medicine...
- SINGLE VISIT CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION PROGRAMAlberto Manetta; Fiscal Year: 2002....
- Enhanced Single-Visit Cervical Cancer Screening ProgramAlberto Manetta; Fiscal Year: 2006..The incremental net cost associated with an incremental improvement in outcomes in terms of quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) will be measured. ..
- PS07-003 Minority HIV/AIDS Research Initiative (MARI)Myriam Torres; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Sequist:Can Risk Score Alerts Improve Office Care for Chest Pain?THOMAS SEQUIST; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- An Interactive Preventive Health Record (IPHR) to Promote Patient-Centered CareALEXANDER KRIST; Fiscal Year: 2007..An aggressive dissemination plan using a range of venues is envisioned to extend the use of the IPHR to other settings and to other EMRs. ..
- Implementation Intentions To Promote Colon Cancer Screening in Rural Primary CareKimberly Engelman; Fiscal Year: 2007..This intervention will provide information on the utility of embedding an "implementation intentions" based behavioral intervention for promoting CRC screening among initially non-adherent primary care patients. ..
- Health Literacy and Cognitive Function among Older AdultsMichael Wolf; Fiscal Year: 2007..Exploratory analyses will also evaluate the efficacy of design strategies to improve health information materials. ..
- The Impact of Dragon Boat Racing on Cancer SurvivorshipCynthia Carter; Fiscal Year: 2007..This project will test a novel, team-oriented exercise program (dragon boating) that will help us learn more about how physical, mental, social and spiritual factors impact the quality of life of cancer survivors. ..
- Post-Trial Access for Insured and Uninsured ParticipantsJoel Weissman; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Neighborhood Risk Factors for Maternal DepressionCynthia Ronzio; Fiscal Year: 2007..The objective of this study is to determine if neighborhood characteristics are associated with the presence of depressive symptoms, while adjusting for important individual characteristics with the use of structural equation modeling. ..
- Use of Novel Tailored Reminders in Rural Primary CareKimberly Engelman; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Quality of Care and Outcomes of Healthcare-Associated PneumoniaMichael B Rothberg; Fiscal Year: 2010..If recommended therapy is beneficial but underutilized, these results will alert quality improvement officers and policy makers to an important opportunity to improve patient care for a common and deadly illness. ..
- Behavioral Science Aspects of Rapid Test AcceptanceDennis G Fisher; Fiscal Year: 2010..This research will make rapid tests for HIV available that can detect HIV infection earlier and are more accurate than current tests available in the United States. ..
- Implementation Intentions To Promote Colon Cancer Screening in Rural Primary CareKimberly K Engelman; Fiscal Year: 2010..This intervention will provide information on the utility of embedding an "implementation intentions" based behavioral intervention for promoting CRC screening among initially non-adherent primary care patients. ..
- Racial Differences in BRCA1/2 Testing: Patients or Providers?Katrina Armstrong; Fiscal Year: 2010..This project will increase our understanding of the use of testing among Black and White women with early onset breast cancer and the patient and provider determinants of disparities in that use. ..
- Enhanced Spanish Drug Label Design to Promote Patient Understanding and UseMichael S Wolf; Fiscal Year: 2010..Findings gathered will inform anticipated next steps for a dissemination strategy. ..
- Implementation Intentions To Promote Colon Cancer Screening in Rural Primary CareKimberly Engelman; Fiscal Year: 2009..This intervention will provide information on the utility of embedding an "implementation intentions" based behavioral intervention for promoting CRC screening among initially non-adherent primary care patients. ..
- Computerized EMR-Assisted Smoking Cessation (CEASCE)Jennifer Haas; Fiscal Year: 2007..Future Directions: Evaluate whether CEASCE can serve as a prototype for other common primary care problems that require counseling for behavior change. ..
- Industry-Sponsored Research Contracts:..Phase IIMichelle Mello; Fiscal Year: 2004..abstract_text> ..
- MATERNAL HEALTH STATUS AND ADVERSE BIRTH OUTCOMESJennifer Haas; Fiscal Year: 2002..Such interventions should begin from the premise that improved maternal and infant outcomes can only come from improved maternal health. ..
- Cultural Model of Prevention in African-American WomenKatrina Armstrong; Fiscal Year: 2004..This understanding may lay the groundwork for improved understanding and trust between biomedical practitioners and African American patients. ..
- The Relation of Hospital Workload to Patient SafetyJoel Weissman; Fiscal Year: 2003..A second potential outcome will be to make available cost-effective screening tools for monitoring adverse events and errors. ..
- Enhancing Oversight of Human Subjects ResearchThomas Russell; Fiscal Year: 2002..4) Incorporate consideration of the requirements of the HIPAA patient privacy regulations into the design of current and future studies. ..
- Race,Treatment and Endometrial Cancer SurvivalKatrina Armstrong; Fiscal Year: 2005..In addition, within each category, we will investigate differences related to primary surgery and adjuvant radiation therapy. ..
- Infant Overfeeding in Immigrant FamiliesMark Doescher; Fiscal Year: 2006..Taken together, this information will set the stage for a large randomized, clinical trial to prevent overweight among high-risk Somali infants. ..
- Distrust, Race/Ethnicity, and Predictive Genetic TestingKatrina Armstrong; Fiscal Year: 2005....
- E-Prescribing Impact on Patient Safety, Use, and CostJoel Weissman; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Adjuvant Treatment Decision Making for Lung CancerJamie Studts; Fiscal Year: 2006..Only when patients understand the necessary information about the risks and benefits of each treatment option will they be able to make informed treatment decisions that are consistent with their values. ..
- Exploring HIV Prevention in Brief Alcohol Detox ProgramsChristiane Brems; Fiscal Year: 2005..abstract_text> ..
- Industry-Sponsored Research Contracts:An Empirical StudyMichelle Mello; Fiscal Year: 2002..The data will be analyzed descriptively and with chi-squared tests and regression analysis. ..
- Racial Segregation & Disparities in Cancer OutcomesJennifer Haas; Fiscal Year: 2007..The proposed study would provide empirical evidence that could give impetus to area-based interventions to reduce cancer disparities. ..
- Louisville Breast Cancer UpdateAnees Chagpar; Fiscal Year: 2007..This annual event is the only one of its kind in Kentucky, and provides an important resource for education of clinicians, scientists and advocates. ..