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Mobile emergency simulation training for rural health providers

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Factors influencing suicide in older rural males: a review of Australian studies

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A review of the availability and cost effectiveness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) management interventions in rural Australia and New Zealand

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Household resources as determinants of child mortality in Ghana

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A simple, novel technique for fixing Penrose drains in minor surgeries, with advantages for remote outpatient clinics: a retrospective comparison with conventional drain fixation in North Ibaraki, Japan

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Use of telehealth for health care of Indigenous peoples with chronic conditions: a systematic review

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Effect of an oral healthcare program on gingival health status in rural areas of South Korea

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Speech–language pathology telehealth in rural and remote schools: the experience of school executive and therapy assistants


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