Angela Dew

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BACKGROUND Policy that supports rural allied health service delivery is important given the shortage of services outside of Australian metropolitan centres. The shortage of allied health professionals means that rural clinicians work long hours and have little peer or service support. Service delivery to rural and remote communities is further complicated(More)
INTRODUCTION The uneven distribution of allied health professionals (AHPs) in rural and remote Australia and other countries is well documented. In Australia, like elsewhere, service delivery to rural and remote communities is complicated because relatively small numbers of clients are dispersed over large geographic areas. This uneven distribution of AHPs(More)
OBJECTIVE This paper describes the development of a discrete choice experiment (DCE) questionnaire to identify the factors (attributes) that allied health professionals (AHPs) working with people with disability identify as important to encouraging them to remain practising in rural areas. METHODS Focus groups and semi-structured interviews were conducted(More)
(2016). Access to therapy services for people with disability in rural Australia: A carers' perspective. Health and Social Care in the Community, In press. <a href=" The development of a framework for high-quality, sustainable and accessible rural private therapy under the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme. Disability and Rehabilitation, ,(More)
(2016). Access to therapy services for people with disability in rural Australia: A carers' perspective. Health and Social Care in the Community, In press. <a href="centered management of sensory challenges of children with autism: Single-case experimental design. The development of a framework for high-quality, sustainable and accessible rural private(More)
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