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Researcher: Albert, EG (Dr Edi Albert)

Fields of Research

Primary health care
Health and community services
Other education
Nutrition and dietetics

Research Objectives

Rural and remote area health
Health education and promotion
Other health
Other education and training
Social structure and health
Health related to ageing

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A new perspective on 'development' skills and their place within research training programs in primary care; The European Journal of General Practice
Closing the gap and widening the scope; Australian Family Physician
Development: the missing link in PHCRED; 2002 General Practice and Primary Health Care Research C onference Research: making a difference to health and health care
Do we prefer the devil we know to genuine reform?
Doing it together: The Tasmanian interdisciplinary rural placement program; Australian Journal of Rural Health
Evolution of the Tasmanian Interprofessional Rural Program: Reflections for advancements; Frontier to Frontier. Looking back, moving forward. 11th Annual AARN Conference in conjunction with 21st CRANA Conference
Grassroots research: How to have a stab at your first project and succeed; Australian Family Physician
Phenytoin for the prevention of motion sickness; The Medical Journal of Australia
Re-thinking approaches to undergraduate health professional education: Interdisciplinary rural placement program; Collegian
Rural Men's Health; Handbook of Rural Medicine in Australia
The rural health teaching site: a means of vertical integration of rural education; 'Steps Along the Pathway': The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine Inaugral Scientific Forum
The Teepokana Paradigm: a future for general practice and primary health care?; Medical Journal of Australia
Whiplash: still a pain in the neck; Australian Family Physician

Research Projects

Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation & Development (PHCRED) Strategy; Department of Health and Ageing (DHA)

Research Candidate Supervision