Matthew McGrail
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Publish or perish: a systematic review of interventions to increase academic publication rates
MR McGrail, CM Rickard, R Jones
Higher Education Research & Development 25 (1), 19-35, 2006
5092006
Disclosure of CAM use to medical practitioners: a review of qualitative and quantitative studies
A Robinson, MR McGrail
Complementary therapies in medicine 12 (2-3), 90-98, 2004
4222004
Routine versus clinically indicated replacement of peripheral intravenous catheters: a randomised controlled equivalence trial
CM Rickard, J Webster, MC Wallis, N Marsh, MR McGrail, V French, ...
The Lancet 380 (9847), 1066-1074, 2012
4142012
Measuring spatial accessibility to primary care in rural areas: improving the effectiveness of the two-step floating catchment area method
MR McGrail, JS Humphreys
Applied Geography 29 (4), 533-541, 2009
3242009
Risk factors for peripheral intravenous catheter failure: a multivariate analysis of data from a randomized controlled trial
MC Wallis, M McGrail, J Webster, N Marsh, J Gowardman, EG Playford, ...
Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 35 (1), 63-8, 2014
2612014
Spatial accessibility of primary health care utilising the two step floating catchment area method: an assessment of recent improvements
MR McGrail
International journal of health geographics 11 (1), 50, 2012
2002012
Routine resite of peripheral intravenous devices every 3 days did not reduce complications compared with clinically indicated resite: a randomised controlled trial
CM Rickard, D McCann, J Munnings, MR McGrail
BMC medicine 8 (1), 53, 2010
1882010
The index of rural access: an innovative integrated approach for measuring primary care access
MR McGrail, JS Humphreys
BMC Health Services Research 9 (1), 124, 2009
1452009
Measuring spatial accessibility to primary health care services: Utilising dynamic catchment sizes
MR McGrail, JS Humphreys
Applied Geography 54, 182-188, 2014
1202014
A randomized controlled trial of intranasal fentanyl vs intravenous morphine for analgesia in the prehospital setting
C Rickard, P O'Meara, M McGrail, D Garner, A McLean, P Le Lievre
The American journal of emergency medicine 25 (8), 911-917, 2007
1152007
Routine Replacement versus Clinical Monitoring of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters in a Regional Hospital in the Home Program A Randomized Controlled Trial
P Van Donk, CM Rickard, MR McGrail, G Doolan
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 30 (9), 915-917, 2009
952009
A modified fascia iliaca compartment block has significant morphine-sparing effect after total hip arthroplasty
M Stevens, G Harrison, M McGrail
Anaesthesia and intensive care 35 (6), 949-952, 2007
862007
Helping policy‐makers address rural health access problems
DJ Russell, JS Humphreys, B Ward, M Chisholm, P Buykx, M McGrail, ...
Australian Journal of Rural Health 21 (2), 61-71, 2013
782013
Nature of association between rural background and practice location: a comparison of general practitioners and specialists
MR McGrail, JS Humphreys, CM Joyce
BMC health services research 11 (1), 63, 2011
752011
Getting doctors into the bush: General Practitioners' preferences for rural location
A Scott, J Witt, J Humphreys, C Joyce, G Kalb, SH Jeon, M McGrail
Social science & medicine 96, 33-44, 2013
702013
A new index of access to primary care services in rural areas
MR McGrail, JS Humphreys
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 33 (5), 418-423, 2009
642009
Supporting academic publication: Evaluation of a writing course combined with writers’ support group
CM Rickard, MR McGrail, R Jones, P O’Meara, A Robinson, M Burley, ...
Nurse education today 29 (5), 516-521, 2009
642009
Geographical classifications to guide rural health policy in Australia
MR McGrail, JS Humphreys
Australia and New Zealand health policy 6 (1), 28, 2009
592009
Dressings and securements for the prevention of peripheral intravenous catheter failure in adults (SAVE): a pragmatic, randomised controlled, superiority trial
CM Rickard, N Marsh, J Webster, N Runnegar, E Larsen, MR McGrail, ...
The Lancet 392 (10145), 419-430, 2018
562018
Who should receive recruitment and retention incentives? Improved targeting of rural doctors using medical workforce data
JS Humphreys, MR McGrail, CM Joyce, A Scott, G Kalb
Australian Journal of Rural Health 20 (1), 3-10, 2012
552012
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