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2011The Australian Rural Health Research Collaboration: building collaborative population health research in rural and remote NSWBarclay, Lesley; Fragar, Lynette; Lower, Anthony (Tony); Lyle, David; Perkins, David; Sidford, Jan; Blunden, Lou-Anne; Browne, Kim M.; Kelly, Brian J; Saberi, Vahid; Stain, Helen J; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillThe Australian Rural Health Research Collaboration: building collaborative population health research in rural and remote NSW, NSW Public Health Bulletin, vol.22, 1-2, 2011,pp 23-26
2011Building effective service linkages in primary mental health care: a narrative review part 2Fragar, Lynette; Fuller, Jeffrey; Holdsworth, Louise; Perkins, David; Kelly, Brian J; Martinez, Lee; Parker, Sharon; Roberts, Russell; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillBuilding effective service linkages in primary mental health care: a narrative review part 2, BMC Health Services Research, vol.11, 66, 2011,pp 1-9
2008Coordinating primary health care: an analysis of the outcomes of a systematic reviewPerkins, David; Harris, Mark F.; Larsen, Karen; Powell Davies, Gawaine; Roland, Martin; Williams, Anna M; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill CampusCoordinating primary health care: an analysis of the outcomes of a systematic review, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.188,(8 Supplement),2008,pp S65-S68
2009Copper(I) templated synthesis of a 2,2'-bipyridine derived 2-catenane: Synthetic, modelling, and X-ray studiesClegg, Jack; Fenton, Ronald; Lindoy, Leonard; Perkins, David; Price, Jason; Turner, Peter; McMurtrie, John C.; Meehan, George V; Parkin, Andrew; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; ChemistryCopper(I) templated synthesis of a 2,2'-bipyridine derived 2-catenane: Synthetic, modelling, and X-ray studies, Australian Journal of Chemistry: an international journal for chemical science, vol.62,(9),2009,pp 1014-1019
2010Determinants of mental health and well-being within rural and remote communitiesBeard, John; Fragar, Lynette; Fuller, Jeffrey; Lyle, David; Perkins, David; Carr, Vaughan J.; Coleman, Clare; Fitzgerald, Michael; Kelly, Brian J; Lewin, Terry J.; Stain, Helen J; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillDeterminants of mental health and well-being within rural and remote communities, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, vol.N/A, N/A,pp 1-12
2010Distress among rural residents: does employment and occupation make a difference?Fragar, Lynette; Fuller, Jeffrey; Perkins, David; Coleman, Clare; Kelly, Brian J; Lewin, Terry J.; Stain, Helen J; Wilson, Jacqueline; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillDistress among rural residents: does employment and occupation make a difference?, Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol.18, 1,pp 25-31
2015Effectiveness of introducing point of care capillary testing and linking screening with routine appointments for increasing blood lead screening rates of young children: a before-after studyBoreland, Frances; Brown, Anthony; Lyle, David; Perkins, David; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Rural Health: Dubbo; School of Rural Health: Broken HillEffectiveness of introducing point of care capillary testing and linking screening with routine appointments for increasing blood lead screening rates of young children: a before-after study, Archives of Public Health, vol.73, N/A, 2015,pp 1-8
2011Effectiveness of service linkages in primary mental health care: a narrative review part 1Fragar, Lynette; Fuller, Jeffrey; Holdsworth, Louise; Perkins, David; Kelly, Brian J; Martinez, Lee; Parker, Sharon; Roberts, Russell; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillEffectiveness of service linkages in primary mental health care: a narrative review part 1, BMC Health Services Research, vol.11, 72, 2011,pp 1-11
2008Engaging participants in a complex intervention trial in Australian General PracticePerkins, David; Christl, Bettina; Fanian, Mahnaz; Harris, Mark F.; Taggart, Jane; Tan, Jocelyn; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill CampusEngaging participants in a complex intervention trial in Australian General Practice, B M C Medical Research Methodology, vol.8,(55),2008,pp 55-1-55-6
2013Factors associated with reported service use for mental health problems by residents of rural and remote communities: cross-sectional findings from a baseline surveyPerkins, David; Allan, John; Arya, Dinesh; Buss, Richard; Coleman, Clare; Fitzgerald, Michael; Fuller, Jeffrey; Inder, Kerry J; Kelly, Brian J; Lewin, Terry J.; Roberts, Russell; School of Rural Health: Broken HillFactors associated with reported service use for mental health problems by residents of rural and remote communities: cross-sectional findings from a baseline survey, BMC Health Services Research, vol.13, 1, 2013,pp 1-13
2010Finding common ground? Evaluating anintervention to improve teamwork amongprimary health-care professionalsPerkins, David; Chan, Bibiana; Crookes, Patrick; Daniel, Chris; Harris, Mark F.; Wan, Qing; Zwar, Nicholas; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillFinding common ground? Evaluating anintervention to improve teamwork amongprimary health-care professionals, International Journal for Quality in Health Care, vol.22, 6,pp 519-524
2009Frequent users of the Royal Flying Doctor Service primary clinic and aeromedical services in remote New South Wales: a quality study.Boreland, Frances; Garne, David; Lyle, David; Perkins, David; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillFrequent users of the Royal Flying Doctor Service primary clinic and aeromedical services in remote New South Wales: a quality study., Medical Journal of Australia, vol.191, 40523,pp 602-604
2010GP Clinic: Promoting access to primary health care for mental health service clientsLyle, David; Perkins, David; Saurman, Emily; Alpren, Charles; Hamilton, Meg; Luland, Teresa; School of Public Health: Rural Health; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken HillGP Clinic: Promoting access to primary health care for mental health service clients, Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol.18, 6, 2010,pp 217-222
2012Individual and district-level predictors of alcohol use: cross sectional findings from a rural mental health survey in AustraliaPerkins, David; Coleman, Clare; Fitzgerald, Michael; Handley, Tonelle; Inder, Kerry J; Kelly, Brian J; Lewin, Terry J.; School of Rural Health: Broken HillIndividual and district-level predictors of alcohol use: cross sectional findings from a rural mental health survey in Australia, BMC Public Health, vol.12, 1, 2012,pp 1-12
2004Inherent Helicity In An Extended Tris-Bipyridyl Molecular CageLindoy, Leonard; Perkins, David; Turner, Peter; Meehan, George V; Chemistry; Chemistry; ChemistryInherent Helicity In An Extended Tris-Bipyridyl Molecular Cage, Chemical Communications, vol.2004,(2),2004,pp 152-153
2009Interaction of hydroquinone and substituted derivatives with two cyclophane-like hosts: X-ray, molecular modelling and NMR studiesLindoy, Leonard; Perkins, David; Matthews, O; McCool, Brian J; Meehan, George V; Skelton, Brian W.; White, Allan H.; Chemistry; ChemistryInteraction of hydroquinone and substituted derivatives with two cyclophane-like hosts: X-ray, molecular modelling and NMR studies, Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, vol.65,(1-2),2009,pp 31-38
2012A longitudinal integrated placement and medical students’ intentions to practise rurallyDaly, Michele; Kumar, Koshila; Perkins, David; Richards, Deborah; Roberts, Christopher; Garne, David; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Broken Hill; Northern Clinical School: General PracticeA longitudinal integrated placement and medical students’ intentions to practise rurally, Medical Education, vol.46, 2, 2012,pp 179-191
2013Longitudinal integrated rural placements: a social learning systems perspectiveDaly, Michele; Kumar, Koshila; Perkins, David; Roberts, Christopher; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; Northern Clinical School: General PracticeLongitudinal integrated rural placements: a social learning systems perspective, Medical Education, vol.47, 4, 2013,pp 352-361
2012'Making evidence count': A framework to monitor the impact of health services researchLyle, David; Perkins, David; Buykx, Penny; Humphreys, John; Kinsman, Leigh; McGrail, Matthew; Wakerman, John; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill; School of Rural Health: Broken Hill'Making evidence count': A framework to monitor the impact of health services research, Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol.20, 2, 2012,pp 51-58
2006Manganese(II), iron(II), cobalt(II), and copper(II) complexes of an extended inherently chiral tris-bipyridyl cageLindoy, Leonard; McAuley, Alexander; Perkins, David; Turner, Peter; Meehan, George V; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; ChemistryManganese(II), iron(II), cobalt(II), and copper(II) complexes of an extended inherently chiral tris-bipyridyl cage, National Academy of Sciences 2005, vol.103,(3),2006,pp 532-537