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2014Assessing Program Efficiency: A Time and Motion Study of the Mental Health Emergency Care - Rural Access Program in NSW AustraliaKirby, Sue; Lyle, David; Roberts, Russell; Saurman, Emily; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Public Health: Medicine; School of Rural Health: Broken HillAssessing Program Efficiency: A Time and Motion Study of the Mental Health Emergency Care - Rural Access Program in NSW Australia, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol.11, 8, 2014,pp 7678-7689
2014How integrated are services for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? Perceptions of patients and health care providersKirby, Sue; Bunker, Jeremy; Dennis, Sarah; Liaw, S.T.; Mutimbe, M; Vagholkar, Sanjyot; School of Public Health: Public HealthHow integrated are services for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? Perceptions of patients and health care providers, Australian Journal of Primary Health, vol.20, 2, 2014,pp 158-161
2016'I have only little English': language anxiety of Filipino migrants with chronic diseaseKirby, Sue; Davidson, Patricia M; DiGiacomo, Michelle; Everett, Bronwyn; Maneze, Della; Salamonson, Yenna; School of Public Health: Public Health'I have only little English': language anxiety of Filipino migrants with chronic disease, Ethnicity and Health, vol.21, 6, 2016,pp 596-608
2016A modular approach to rural and remote research education: A project reportKirby, Sue; Schmidt, David; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken HillA modular approach to rural and remote research education: A project report, Rural and Remote Health, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-9
2015No longer 'flying blind': how access has changed emergency mental health care in rural and remote emergency departments, a qualitative studyKirby, Sue; Lyle, David; Saurman, Emily; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Rural Health: Broken HillNo longer 'flying blind': how access has changed emergency mental health care in rural and remote emergency departments, a qualitative study, BMC Health Services Research, vol.15, N/A, 2015,pp 156-N/A
2015Nurse-led diabetes management in remote locationsKirby, Sue; Lyle, David; Moore, Malcolm John; McCarron, Trish; Perkins, David; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Rural HealthNurse-led diabetes management in remote locations, Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, vol.20, 2, 2015,pp 51-55
2014A transferable telepsychiatry model for improving access to emergency mental health careKirby, Sue; Lyle, David; Saurman, Emily; Hindman, James; Johnston, Jarret; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Rural Health: Broken HillA transferable telepsychiatry model for improving access to emergency mental health care, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, vol.20, 7, 2014,pp 391-399
2014Use of a mental health emergency care-rural access programme in emergency departmentsKirby, Sue; Lyle, David; Roberts, Russell; Saurman, Emily; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Public Health: Medicine; School of Rural Health: Broken HillUse of a mental health emergency care-rural access programme in emergency departments, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, vol.20, 6, 2014,pp 324-329
2017What do evaluations tell us about implementing new models in rural and remote primary health care? Findings from a narrative analysis of seven service evaluations conducted by an Australian Centre of Research ExcellenceJones, Debra; Kirby, Sue; Lyle, David; Saurman, Emily; Humphreys, J. S.; Wakerman, John; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Rural Health: Broken HillWhat do evaluations tell us about implementing new models in rural and remote primary health care? Findings from a narrative analysis of seven service evaluations conducted by an Australian Centre of Research Excellence, Rural and Remote Health, vol.17, 3, 2017,pp 1-9