When the tide goes out: health workforce in rural, remote and Indigenous communities.

@article{Murray2006WhenTT,
  title={When the tide goes out: health workforce in rural, remote and Indigenous communities.},
  author={Richard B Murray and Ian Wronski},
  journal={The Medical journal of Australia},
  year={2006},
  volume={185 1},
  pages={
          37-8
        }
}
There is compelling evidence for the success of the "rural pipeline" (rural student recruitment and rurally based education and professional training) in increasing the rural workforce. The nexus between clinical education and training, sustaining the health care workforce, clinical research, and quality and safety needs greater emphasis in regional areas. A "teaching health system" for non-metropolitan Australia requires greater commitment to teaching as core business, as well as provision of… CONTINUE READING

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