Dr Colleen Cheek
Dr Colleen Cheek
Tasmania Health Service North West
Verified email at phronetix.com.au
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Serious games and gamification for mental health: current status and promising directions
TM Fleming, L Bavin, K Stasiak, E Hermansson-Webb, SN Merry, ...
Frontiers in psychiatry 7, 215, 2017
Serious games for the treatment or prevention of depression: a systematic review
TM Fleming, C Cheek, SN Merry, H Thabrew, H Bridgman, K Stasiak, ...
UNED-Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, 2014
Integrating health behavior theory and design elements in serious games
C Cheek, T Fleming, MFG Lucassen, H Bridgman, K Stasiak, M Shepherd, ...
JMIR mental health 2 (2), e4133, 2015
Views of young people in rural Australia on SPARX, a fantasy world developed for New Zealand youth with depression
C Cheek, H Bridgman, T Fleming, E Cummings, L Ellis, MFG Lucassen, ...
JMIR Serious Games 2 (1), e3183, 2014
The Australian Rural Clinical School (RCS) program supports rural medical workforce: evidence from a cross-sectional study of 12 RCSs
J McGirr, A Seal, A Barnard, C Cheek, DL Garne, J Greenhill, ...
Low acuity and general practice‐type presentations to emergency departments: a rural perspective
P Allen, C Cheek, S Foster, M Ruigrok, D Wilson, L Shires
Emergency Medicine Australasia 27 (2), 113-118, 2015
Regional universities and rural clinical schools contribute to rural medical workforce, a cohort study of 2002-2013 graduates
L Shires, P Allen, C Cheek, D Wilson
Making a case for telehealth: measuring the carbon cost of health-related travel
IK Ellis, C Cheek, L Jaffray, TC Skinner
Rural and remote health 13 (4), 2723-1-2723-7, 2013
Preliminary report on the January 2013 fires in the south-eastern Tasmania research project
J Boylan, C Cheek, T Skinner
University of Tasmania Rural Clinical School, Burnie, 2013
Improving case study research in medical education: a systematised review
C Cheek, R Hays, J Smith, P Allen
Medical education 52 (5), 480-487, 2018
Low‐acuity presentations to regional emergency departments: What is the issue?
C Cheek, P Allen, L Shires, D Parry, M Ruigrok
Emergency Medicine Australasia 28 (2), 145-152, 2016
Young people have their say: What makes a youth-friendly general practice?
L Turner, L Spencer, J Chang, I Di Tommaso, M Tate, P Allen, C Cheek, ...
Australian family physician 46 (1/2), 70-74, 2017
Teaching bedside ultrasound to medical students
J Ang, B Doyle, P Allen, C Cheek
The clinical teacher 15 (4), 331-335, 2018
How medical students learn in primary care
K Davis, E Doole, C Cheek, L Shires
The clinical teacher 16 (5), 474-478, 2019
Building a medical workforce in Tasmania: A profile of medical student intake
C Cheek, R Hays, P Allen, G Walker, L Shires
Australian Journal of Rural Health 27 (1), 28-33, 2019
The cradle coast personally controlled electronic health record evaluation research plan
E Cummings, C Cheek, W Van Der Ploeg, P Orpin, H Behrens, S Condon, ...
20th Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC2012) 178, 14-19, 2012
A pilot study of social inclusion and quality of life for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder
C Due, I Goodwin Smith, P Allen, E Button, C Cheek, L Quarmby, ...
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 43 (1), 73-82, 2018
Increasing interest of students from under‐represented groups in medicine—A systematised review
NS Reeves, C Cheek, R Hays, A Sargent, A McComiskie, C Santini, ...
Australian Journal of Rural Health 28 (3), 236-244, 2020
Building a local medical workforce in Tasmania: where are international fee-paying medical graduates likely to work?
C Cheek, RB Hays, P Allen, G Walker, L Shires
Early intervention for children with autism: An Australian rural hub and spokes model
M Stephens, P Allen, K Fordyce, A Minchin, C Cheek
Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 3 (1 …, 2016
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