Flinders University staff and adjunct academics across the NT generate research outcomes in many health related fields.  We collaborate with many research partners including Menzies School of Health Research, Centre for Remote Health, Charles Darwin University and the Department of Health and Families.

Current Staff Research



 Key Publications

Campbell, E. and Wozniak, H.M. (2014). Work-based peer review of clinical supervision practice: A guide to creating a culture of quality supervision . Darwin: Greater Northern Australia Regional Training Network (GNARTN).

Campbell, E.N., Eley, D.S. and McAllister, L. (2013). What can personality tell us about working in the bush: The temperament and character traits of remote Australian allied health professionals. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21(5) pp. 240-248. [10.1111/ajr.12047]

Campbell N, Smedts A, Lowe S, Keane S, Smith T A collaborative project between NT Clinical School and The University Departments of Rural Health, Tasmania, Northern Rivers and Tamworth May 2010

Bull, A Midwives teaching Medical students at Royal Darwin Hospital, O&G Magazine, 10 (1) 36-38, 2008

Einsiedel L, Fernandes L. Strongyloides stercoralis: a cause of morbidity and mortality for indigenous people in Central Australia. Intern Med J. 2008 Sep;38(9):697-703

Einsiedel L, Fernandes L and Woodman R Racial disparities in infection-related mortality at Alice Springs Hospital, Central Australia, 2000--2005. Med J Aust. 2008 May 19;188(10):568-71.

Lowe M, Kerridge I, McPhee J, Hart C. Do patients have an obligation to participate in student teaching? Med Educ. 2008 Mar;42(3):237-41.

McDonnel-Smedts A, Lowe MP. Efficiency of clinical training at the Northern Territory Clinical School: placement length and rate of return for internship. Med J Aust. 2008 Aug 4;189(3):166-8>

McDonnel-Smedts A, Lowe MP. Clinical Training in the Top End: Impact of the Northern Territory Clinical School, Australia, On the Territory's Health Workforce Rural and Remote Health 7 (online), 2007: 723.

Worley P, Martin A, Prideaux D, Woodman R, Worley E, Lowe M Vocational career paths of graduate entry medical students at Flinders University: a comparison of rural, remote and tertiary tracks. Med J Aust. 2008 Feb 4;188(3):177-8



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