CRH research has generated several new publications
The research themes underlying the Centre for Rural Health cover a wide range of topics, as can be seen from the latest publications now available to view:
PhD student Alistair Appleby's paper on GP spirituality:
- Appleby A, Swinton J, Bradbury I, Wilson P. GPs and Spiritual Care, Signed up or Souled out? A quantitative analysis of GP trainers’ understanding and application of the concept of spirituality. Education for Primary Care 2018.
Medical student Genevieve Marsh-Feiley's interview study looking at prehospital emergency ultrasound:
- Marsh-Feiley G, Eadie L, Wilson P. Paramedic and physician perspectives on the potential use of remotely supported prehospital ultrasound. Rural and Remote Health 2018; 18: 4574.
CRH's Director, Phil Wilson, has two new papers available on his child development research:
- Wilson P, Wood R, Lykke K, et al. Exploring international variation in developmental surveillance of preschool children: can we generate a rational consensus approach? Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2018.
- Marks KP, Sjö NM, Wilson P. Comparative use of the Ages and Stages Questionnaires in the USA and Scandinavia: a systematic review. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 2018.