The unique objective of this review was to prioritize the voices of patients and providers in discussing the disparities between health interventions and needs of people in rural communities.
The objective of this study was to identify commonalities between one regionally based medical school in Australia and one in Canada regarding the association between postgraduate training location and a doctor’s practice location once fully qualified in a medical specialty.
The Bonded Medical Places (BMP) Scheme is an Australian Government program that aims to address workforce shortages, particularly in rural and remote areas.
Access to specialized services is limited in rural and remote areas. This study explores the effectiveness and feasibility of training parents to provide intensive speech pathology services for children at home.