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Health justice partnerships: initial insights into the delivery of an integrated health and legal service for youth in regional Victoria

Original Research
Is urban–rural location associated with weight status in school children? An examination of 42 small and rural Californian counties

Research Letter
What does 'rural return' mean? Rural-origin medical graduates do not 'go home'

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Patients’ use of and attitudes towards self-medication in rural and remote Slovenian family medicine practices: a cross-sectional multicentre study

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Relevance of the Aboriginal Children’s Health and Well-being Measure Beyond Wiikwemkoong

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What does it cost to provide equity of access to high quality, comprehensive primary health care in rural Australia? A pilot study

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Promoting colorectal cancer screening through a new model of delivering rural primary care in the USA: a qualitative study

Project Report
Developing a grounded theory for interprofessional collaboration acquisition using facilitator and actor perspectives in simulated wilderness medical emergencies


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