Since 2004, I have been involved in generating over $2.4 million in research funding exploring the health workforce in metropolitan and regional/rural settings internationally and in Australia. I completed my PhD in Health Services Research in 2009 titled ‘An evaluation of the contribution of support workers to the delivery and outcomes of community rehabilitation and intermediate care services in England’.
I have worked in academic positions teaching Research Methods to medical and allied health students and implementing, coordinating and supervising higher degree research programs. My most recent employment has been as a contractor for professional associations and other non government organisations providing research assistance, research development and project management. I am also a business partner and physiotherapist in a successful private physiotherapy practice in regional Victoria. I am currently employed as a Rural Health Academic Network research coordinator for Albury-Wodonga Health as part of the Melbourne Medical School, Department of Rural Health.
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Mind the gap: is it time to invest in embedded researchers in regional, rural and remote h..
Assessing patient preferences for the delivery of different community-based models of care..
Mechanisms to enhance the effectiveness of allied health and social care assistants in com..
Mechanisms for the effective implementation of an allied health assistant trainee: a quali..
Displaying the 22 most recent scholarly works by Anna Moran.
Implementation of an older person's nurse practitioner in rural aged care in Victoria, Australia: a qualitative study
Kaye Ervin, Carol Reid, Anna Moran, Cynthia Opie, Helen Haines
Journal article | 2019 | Human Resources for Health
BACKGROUND: There are staff shortages nation-wide in residential aged care, which is only predicted to grow as the population ages..
Mind the gap: is it time to invest in embedded researchers in regional, rural and remote health services to address health outcome discrepancies for those living in rural, remote and regional areas?
Anna Moran, Helen Haines, Nicole Raschke, David Schmidt, Alison Koschel, Alexandre Stephens, Cynthia Opie, Susan Nancarrow
Journal article | 2019 | Australian Journal of Primary Health
Supervision, support and mentoring interventions for health practitioners in rural and remote contexts: an integrative review and thematic synthesis of the literature to identify mechanisms for successful outcomes
Anna M Moran, Julia Coyle, Rod Pope, Dianne Boxall, Susan A Nancarrow, Jennifer Young
Journal article | 2014 | Human Resources for Health
Assisting role redesign: a qualitative evaluation of the implementation of a podiatry assistant role to a community health setting utilising a traineeship approach
Anna M Moran, Susan A Nancarrow, Leah Wiseman, Kerryn Maher, Rosalie A Boyce, Alan M Borthwick, Karen Murphy
Journal article | 2012 | Journal of Foot and Ankle Research
Are we using support workers effectively? The relationship between patient and team characteristics and support worker utilisation in older people's community-based rehabilitation services in England
Anna Moran, Susan Nancarrow, Pamela Enderby, Mike Bradburn
Journal article | 2012 | Health & Social Care in the Community
Assessing the implementation process and outcomes of newly introduced assistant roles: a qualitative study to examine the utility of the Calderdale Framework as an appraisal tool.
Susan Nancarrow, Anna Moran, Leah Wiseman, Alison C Pighills, Karen Murphy
Journal article | 2012 | Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
Internationally, the health workforce has undergone rapid transformation to help meet growing staffing demands and population requ..
Looking inside the black box of community rehabilitation and intermediate care teams in the United Kingdom: an audit of service and staffing.
Susan Nancarrow, Anna Moran, Jenny Freeman, Pamela Enderby, Simon Dixon, Stuart Parker, Mike Bradburn
Journal article | 2009 | Quality in Primary Care
OBJECTIVE: To generate a picture of the range, configuration and staffing of community and intermediate care services in the Unite..
"There's no place like home" a pilot study of perspectives of international health and social care professionals working in the UK.
Anna Moran, Susan Nancarrow, Allister Butler
Journal article | 2005 | Australia and New Zealand Health Policy
BACKGROUND: Many countries are reporting health workforce shortages across a range of professions at a time of relatively high wor..