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Practising Rural Medicine in Australia

Richard HaysRichard Hays, MBBS, PhD, Dip RCOG, Dip RACOG, FRACGP, FACTM, FACRRM, is Professor of General Practice and Rural Medicine and Foundation Dean at the James Cook University School of Medicine. This is Australia’s first regional medical school with a specific focus on rural medical practice.
Richard began and completed medical training with the intention of becoming a rural doctor. He provided a form of procedural rural medical practice including rural general practice and hospital-based secondary care, mostly in Obstetrics. His move to academic life came after reflection on how medical graduates become and remain competent clinicians, and since then he has been involved in the development, implementation and evaluation of innovative models of rural health education and service delivery.

Hays Rural Front CoverPractising Rural Medicine in Australia
214 pages, Papercover, 180 mm x 250 mm
ISBN 1-86491-009-7, Published July 2002.
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Follow this link to Richard Hays’ other title, Practice-Based Teaching, and
 Teaching and Learing in Clinical Settings