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2015Diagnosing Potentially Preventable Hospitalisations (DaPPHne): protocol for a mixed-methods data-linkage studyJohnston, Jennifer; Longman, Joanna; Morgan, Geoffrey; Passey, Megan; Rolfe, Margaret; Chalker, Bronwyn; Ewald, Dan; Jorm, Louisa; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Rural Health; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural HealthDiagnosing Potentially Preventable Hospitalisations (DaPPHne): protocol for a mixed-methods data-linkage study, BMJ Open, vol.5, 11, 2015,pp 1-9
2009Population rates of bone densitometry use in Australia, 2001-2005, by sex and rural versus urban locationSeibel, Markus; Ebeling, Peter R; Eisman, John A.; Ewald, Ben D; Ewald, Dan; Flicker, Leon; Nash, Peter; Winzenberg, Tania; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstitutePopulation rates of bone densitometry use in Australia, 2001-2005, by sex and rural versus urban location, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.190, 3, 2009,pp 126-128
2009Secondary prevention of osteoporosis post minimal trauma fracture in an Australian regional and rural population.Barrack, Cecily; Fuller, Jeffrey; Ewald, Dan; Foster, Nicola; McGirr, Ellen; School of Public Health: Rural Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: LismoreSecondary prevention of osteoporosis post minimal trauma fracture in an Australian regional and rural population., Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol.17, 6,pp 310-315
2013A small unconditional non-financial incentive suggests an increase in survey response rates amongst older general practitioners (GPs): A randomised controlled trial studyHansen, Vibeke; Pit, Sabrina; Ewald, Dan; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: LismoreA small unconditional non-financial incentive suggests an increase in survey response rates amongst older general practitioners (GPs): A randomised controlled trial study, BMC Family Practice, vol.14, 1, 2013,pp 1-5