The Griffith University Rural Clinical Program  includes 2 streams of research.

Research conducted by Academic staff and focusing on Program Parameter 5 in the RHMT program framework: Rural workforce development, Rural training strategies, Innovative rural service delivery models, Health issues impacting on rural people, Improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as collecting and maintaining data on rural workforce outcomes.

Research conducted by students in the 3rd and 4th year Longlook programs who  encouraged and assisted to participate in structured research projects.  These projects  focus on clinical governance at their rural site.  Projects are informed by rural clinicians and administrators on locally identified clinical quality improvement and clinical audit processes. 

USQ, GU, QRME Research Collaboration

Students are supported by rural researchers to complete projects, guide and teach the analysis and dissemination of results.

The  2019 and 2020 research plan for the next 2 years is available here:

Research Plan