Associate Professor Malcolm Moore

Adjunct Associate Professor
Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health, School of Public Health

Telephone +61 8 8080 1230

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Journals

  • Moore, M., Chaudhary, R. (2013). Patients' attitudes towards privacy in a Nepalese public hospital: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Research Notes, 6, 1-5. [More Information]
  • Daly, M., Perkins, D., Kumar, K., Roberts, C., Moore, M. (2013). What factors in rural and remote extended clinical placements may contribute to preparedness for practice from the perspective of students and clinicians? Medical Teacher, 35(11), 900-907. [More Information]
  • Moore, M., Bhandari, R. (2012). Attitudes of Nepalese Medical Students Toward Telling Patients a Diagnosis of Cancer. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, 1(2), 103-108.
  • Bolte, K., Bennett, P., Moore, M. (2012). ENRICHing the rural clinical experience for undergraduate health science students: a short report on inter-professional education in Broken Hill. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20(1), 42-43. [More Information]
  • Basnet, B., Bhandari, R., Moore, M. (2012). Initial resuscitation for Australasian Triage Scale 2 patients in a Nepalese emergency department. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 24(4), 430-434. [More Information]
  • Moore, M., Bolte, K., Bennett, P. (2012). Innovative training for rural medical students. The Clinical Teacher, 9(4), 238-242. [More Information]
  • Moore, M. (2009). What do Nepalese medical students and doctors think about patient-centred communication? Patient Education and Counseling, 76(1), 38-43. [More Information]
  • Moore, M. (2008). What does patient-centred communication mean in Nepal? Medical Education, 42(1), 18-26. [More Information]
  • Moore, M. (2007). Talking with patients from Howlong to the Himalayas - do all our patients want us to be patient centred? Australian Family Physician, 36(3), 175-176. [More Information]

2013

  • Moore, M., Chaudhary, R. (2013). Patients' attitudes towards privacy in a Nepalese public hospital: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Research Notes, 6, 1-5. [More Information]
  • Daly, M., Perkins, D., Kumar, K., Roberts, C., Moore, M. (2013). What factors in rural and remote extended clinical placements may contribute to preparedness for practice from the perspective of students and clinicians? Medical Teacher, 35(11), 900-907. [More Information]

2012

  • Moore, M., Bhandari, R. (2012). Attitudes of Nepalese Medical Students Toward Telling Patients a Diagnosis of Cancer. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, 1(2), 103-108.
  • Bolte, K., Bennett, P., Moore, M. (2012). ENRICHing the rural clinical experience for undergraduate health science students: a short report on inter-professional education in Broken Hill. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20(1), 42-43. [More Information]
  • Basnet, B., Bhandari, R., Moore, M. (2012). Initial resuscitation for Australasian Triage Scale 2 patients in a Nepalese emergency department. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 24(4), 430-434. [More Information]
  • Moore, M., Bolte, K., Bennett, P. (2012). Innovative training for rural medical students. The Clinical Teacher, 9(4), 238-242. [More Information]

2009

  • Moore, M. (2009). What do Nepalese medical students and doctors think about patient-centred communication? Patient Education and Counseling, 76(1), 38-43. [More Information]

2008

  • Moore, M. (2008). What does patient-centred communication mean in Nepal? Medical Education, 42(1), 18-26. [More Information]

2007

  • Moore, M. (2007). Talking with patients from Howlong to the Himalayas - do all our patients want us to be patient centred? Australian Family Physician, 36(3), 175-176. [More Information]

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