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2017

Patient, staffing and health centre factors associated with annual testing for sexually transmissible infections in remote primary health centres

STRIVE Investigators, 1 Jun 2017, In : Sexual Health. 14, 3, p. 274-281 8 p.

Charles Darwin University

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2016

High chlamydia and gonorrhoea repeat positivity in remote Aboriginal communities 2009-2011: longitudinal analysis of testing for re-infection at 3 months suggests the need for more frequent screening

Garton, L., Dyda, A., Guy, R., Silver, B., McGregor, S., Hengel, B., Rumbold, A., Taylor-Thomson, D., Knox, J., Maher, L., Kaldor, J. & Ward, J., 2016, In : Sexual Health. 13, 6, p. 568-574 7 p.

Charles Darwin University

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Low HIV testing rates among people with a sexually transmissible infection diagnosis in remote aboriginal communities

Ward, J. S., Dyda, A., McGregor, S., Rumbold, A., Garton, L., Donovan, B., Kaldor, J. M. & Guy, R. J., 15 Aug 2016, In : Medical Journal of Australia. 205, 4, p. 168-171 4 p.

Charles Darwin University

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2015

Incidence of curable sexually transmissible infections among adolescents and young adults in remote Australian Aboriginal communities: analysis of longitudinal clinical service data

Silver, B. J., Guy, R. J., Wand, H., Ward, J., Rumbold, A. R., Fairley, C. K., Donovan, B., Maher, L., Dyda, A., Garton, L., Hengel, B., Knox, J., McGregor, S., Taylor-Thomson, D. & Kaldor, J. M., 1 Mar 2015, In : Sexually Transmitted Infections. 91, 2, p. 135-141 7 p.

Charles Darwin University

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Reasons for delays in treatment of bacterial sexually transmissible infections in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia: a qualitative study of healthcentre staff

Hengel, B., Maher, L., Garton, L., Ward, J., Rumbold, A., Taylor-Thomson, D., Silver, B., Mcgregor, S., Dyda, A., Knox, J., Kaldor, J., Guy, R. & the STRIVE Investigator Group, 2015, In : Sexual Health. 12, 4, p. 341-347 7 p.

Charles Darwin University

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2013
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2012

Measuring what matters in delivering services to remote-dwelling Indigenous mothers and infants in the Northern Territory, Australia

Steenkamp, M., Rumbold, A., Kildea, S., Bar-Zeev, S., Kruske, S., Dunbar, T. & Barclay, L., 2012, In : Australian journal of rural health. 20, 4, p. 228-237 10 p.

Charles Darwin University

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2009

The epidemiology workforce: are we planning for the future?

BENNETT, C. & Rumbold, A., 2009, In : Australian Health Review. 6, 1, p. -

Charles Darwin University

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2008

Exploring the characteristics of the research workforce in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health

Rumbold, A., Cunningham, J., Bailie, R. S. & Hiller, J., 2008, In : Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 32, 1, p. 12-18 7 p.

Charles Darwin University

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Incidence, aetiology, and outcomes of cancer in Indigenous peoples in Australia

Cunningham, J., Rumbold, A., Zhang, X. & Condon, J., 2008, In : LANCET ONCOLOGY. 9, 6, p. 585-595 11 p.

Charles Darwin University

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