Contact Pratima Durga
Pratima completed her MBA at Central Queensland University (CQU) in 2009 and is currently doing her PhD at the same university. Her research thesis is entitled: Assessing informal and unregulated health care provision in rural and remote regions. Pratima is also part of a team who won an interdisciplinary research grant from CQU. The project title is: Remote Health Access: Protecting vulnerable remote and regional populations with eHealth solutions.
Pratima has spent 23 years of her professional life working in the public service and has held several management roles in the private sector before joining Alphacrucis College.
teaches an array of subjects in the Faculty of Business, specialising in Economics,
Business Law, and Management.
PhD (candidate) (Central Queensland University)
Dissertation Title Assessing informal and unregulated health care provision in rural and remote regions. 2021
MBA (Human Resource Management) (Central Queensland University) 2009
Cert IV TAE (Ballistic Training Solutions) 2016
Assessing informal and unregulated health care provision in rural and remote regions.
The proposed research will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of current practice of informal healthcare providers in rural and remote areas. This project will scope the quality of medical services, assess the shortage of formally-trained practitioners and the problems faced by talent retention in rural communities. The research will result in an improved empirical base on the prevalence of community-based medical practices in remote regions, and give insights that will be transferable to other remote settings, including remote and disadvantaged communities in Australia.
- Assessing informal and unregulated health care provision in rural and remote regions (2018), CQU, Rockhampton, Australia, 02 Jul 2018
- Assessing informal and unregulated health care provision in rural and remote regions (2018), Business and Law Symposium, Brisbane, Australia, 01 Jun 2018
- Durga, P. (2020). Central Highlands Community Wellbeing and Resilience during COVID-19 Report.
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