Research Output per year
Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health is an initiative of the Australian Government's Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training (RHMT) Program.
The objective of this program is to improve the recruitment and retention of medical, dental, nursing and allied health professionals in rural and remote Australia. Three Rivers UDRH will work with our Consortium partners and stakeholders to achieve this objective through the following priority areas:
- Delivering effective rural training experiences for nursing, midwifery, allied health and dental students (prior to gaining professional registration).
- Ensuring rural training experiences are of high quality.
- Developing processes to improve rural student recruitment.
- Engaging with the local community to support the delivery of training to students.
- Maintaining and progressing an evidence base and the rural health research agenda.
- Supporting improvements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
- Providing regional leadership in developing innovative training solutions to address rural workforce recruitment retention.
The Three Rivers UDRH is a new alliance bringing together the unique geographical knowledge and expertise of CSU and its partners. CSU and the consortium education partners understand the rural health agenda as we teach, research and live in a rural and regional context.
Research specific to our RHMT Program funding is compiled on our research group page, Three Rivers UDRH RHMT Program Research.
A review of associations between social isolation, loneliness and poor mental health among five population groupsWarr, D., Cox, J. & Redshaw, S., 27 Aug 2020, 36 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report › Research
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › Research › peer-review
Between ‘here’ and ‘there’: Family violence against immigrant and refugee women in urban and rural southern AustraliaMurray, L., Warr, D., Chen, J., Block, K., Murdolo, A., Quiazon, R., Davis, E. & Vaughan, C., 2 Jan 2019, In : Gender, Place and Culture. 26, 1, p. 91-110 20 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review