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The expanding role of the rural generalist In Australia: a systematic review

@inproceedings{Chater2007TheER,
  title={The expanding role of the rural generalist In Australia: a systematic review},
  author={B. Chater and S. D. L. Rue and M. Rietz and L. Eriksson and R. Murray and D. Pashen and V. Sheedy and Col White},
  year={2007}
}
This particular review is looking at the decline and subsequent emergent role of the “rural generalist” in the context of Australian rural and remote health. This project seeks to identify the dimensions of generalism and generalist practices that; enhance accountability of health systems (state and commonwealth), represent value in improving access across the primary healthcare system, and provide for sustainable health service delivery in rural and remote communities. 
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