School of Health

Dr Daniel Terry

Phone: (03) 53278577
Email: d.terry@federation.edu.au
Room: H116
Position: Senior Lecturer
Discipline: Nursing

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Tasmania, 2014
  • Graduate Certificate in University Teaching, The University of Melbourne, 2017
  • Graduate Certificate in Research, University of Tasmania, 2014
  • Masters of International Health, Curtin University, 2011
  • Graduate Certificate of International Health, Curtin University, 2009
  • Diploma of Management, Esset Australia, 2008
  • Bachelor of Nursing, University of Tasmania, 2003

Teaching areas

  • Determinants of Health
  • Health Promotion
  • Transition of Professional Nursing
  • Masters of Health

Professional associations

Australian Nursing Board Registration – Registered Nurse (Div1)

Research interests

  • Paediatric Injury
  • Pediatric Asthma
  • Health and well-being of rural and migrant communities.
  • Chronic ill health, particularly Asthma, Hypertension, Chronic Kidney disease and Diabetes.
  • Rural health workforce, specifically nursing and medical workforce.
  • Community Nursing, Midwifery, Family and Child Health.
  • Critical Discourse Analysis

Grants and awards

Grants

  • Longitudinal study of health, disease and access to care in rural Victoria: the Crossroads follow up study (Associate Investigator): Grant of $1,060,688, funding through National Health and Medical Research Council - Partnership Projects, 2016-2018.
  • The Ian Potter Foundation Travel grant to attend the '39th Annual Rural Health' Conference, National Rural Health Association (NRHA). Grant of $1,500. Funding provided through The Ian Potter Foundation, 2016.
  • Improving access to Vocational Education Training (VET) and industry placement among Deaf youth and adults in rural and regional Tasmania: Grant of $242,810, funded through the Skills Tasmania Equity Support Program, 2014-2016.
  • Building an inclusive and interactive bridge between deaf people, local communities and organisations in Tasmania: Community grant of $20,252, funded by the Tasmanian Community Fund, 2014.
  • Rock-a-bye baby: An online lullaby education program for mother and infant health and wellbeing: Research grant of $15,528, funded by Tasmanian Early Years Foundation, 2014

Awards

  • Graduate Scholar Award – The Health, Wellness, and Society Grant, $500, 2014.
  • Graduate Research Travel grant – University of Tasmania, $1935, 2013.
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship, $30,000 p.a., 2011-2014.
  • Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development (PHCRED) Award, University of Tasmania, $3,000, 2011.
  • Royal College of Nursing Undergraduate Scholarship, $10,000 p.a., 2002-2003.
  • Acute Care Nursing Award, University of Tasmania, 2003.
  • Dean’s Honour Role for Academic Excellence, 2001-2003.

Publications

Journal articles

Terry, D., Hoang, H., Peck, B., and Lê, Q. (In Press). The historic to contemporary challenges among International Medical Graduates seeking to practise in Australia. Health and History.

Peck, B., Terry, D., and Kloot, K (In Press). Understanding childhood injuries in rural areas: Using Rural Acute Hospital Data Register to address previous data deficiencies. Emergency Medicine Australasia.

Mornane, C., Peck, B., Terry, D., and Ryan, M. (In Press). Twice-daily moisturizer application for the prevention of skin tears amongst older persons in an acute care environment: A control trial. Advances in Skin & Wound Care.

Peck, B., Terry, D., and Kloot, K. (2020). Understanding childhood injuries in rural areas: Using Rural Acute Hospital Data Register to address previous data deficiencies. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 32: 646–649. https://doi.org/10.1111/1742-6723.13565

Terry, D., Peck, B., Carden, C., Perkins, A.J., and Smith, A. (2020). Traversing the funambulist’s fine line between nursing and male identity: A systematic review of the factors that influence men as they seek to navigate the nursing profession. European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education. 10(3): 691–703. https://doi.org/10.3390/ejihpe10030051

Terry, D., and Peck, B. (2020). Factors That Impact Measures of Grit among Nursing Students: A Journey Emblematic of the Koi Fish. European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education. 10(2): 564–574; https://doi.org/10.3390/ejihpe10020041

Terry, D., and Peck, B. (2020). Academic and clinical performance among nursing students: What’s grit go to do with it? Nursing Education Today. 88: 104371. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2020.104371

Terry, D., Peck, B., Smith, A., Stevenson, T., Nguyen, H., and Baker, E. (2020). What Australian Nursing Students Value as Important in Undertaking Rural Practice. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care. 20(1):32-56. http://dx.doi.org/10.14574/ojrnhc.v20i1.589

Terry, D., Peck, B., and Kloot, K (2020). The data deficit for asthma emergency presentations might surprise you: How RAHDaR addresses the data chasm. Rural and Remote Health. 20(2): 1-3. https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH5776

Kim, J., Terry, D., Jang, S., Gilbert, J., and Cruickshank, M. (2020). A critical appraisal of what organisational approaches are pivotal to improve patient safety. Journal of Hospital Administration. 9(1): 26-34. https://doi.org/10.5430/jha.v9n1p26

Terry, D., Nguyen, H., Peck, B., Smith, A. and Phan, H. (2020). Communities of Practice: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of what it means and how it really works among nursing students and novices. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 29:370-380. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15100?af=R

Terry, D., and Peck, B. (2020). Television as a Career Motivator and Education Tool: A Final-Year Nursing Student Cohort Study. European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education. 10(1): 346-357. https://doi.org/10.3390/ejihpe10010026

Terry, D., Peck, B., Smith, A, and Nguyen, H. (2020). Occupational self-efficacy and psychological capital amongst nursing students: A cross sectional study understanding the malleable attributes for success. European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education. 10(1): 159–172. https://doi.org/10.3390/ejihpe10010014

Kim, J., Terry, D., Jang, S., Nguyen, H., Gilbert, J., and Cruickshank, M. (2020). Public perception of medical errors: Experiences and risks shared in Australia. Universal Journal of Public Health. 8(1): 35-41. https://doi.org/10.13189/ujph.2020.080104

Terry, D., Nguyen, H., Perkins, A.J., and Peck, B. (2020). Supervision in Healthcare: A Critical Review of the Role, Function and Capacity for Training. Universal Journal of Public Health. 8(1): 1-14. https://doi.org/10.13189/ujph.2020.080101

Terry, D., Kim, J., Gilbert, J., Jang, S., and Nguyen, H. (2019). “Thank you for listening”: An exploratory study regarding the lived experience and perception of medical errors among those who receive care. International Journal of Health Services https://doi.org/10.1177/0020731419893036

Glenister, K., Bourke, L. Terry, D., Simmons, D. (2019). Chronic Ill Health in Regional Victoria: a 13 year comparison. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 27: 527-534. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12565

Nguyen, T., Gall, S., Cadilhac, D., Nguyen, H., Terry, D., Pham,  B., Dao, N., Nguyen, H., Do, C., Truong, A., Dam, L., Le, L., Phan, B., and Phan, H. (2019). Processes of stroke unit care and outcomes at discharge in Vietnam: findings from the REgistry of Stroke care Quality (RES-Q) in a major public hospital. Journal of Stroke Medicine. 2(2): 100-109. https://doi.org/10.1177/2516608519869132

Terry, D., Peck, B., Smith, A., Stevenson, T., and Baker, E. (2019). Is nursing student personality important for considering a rural career? Journal of Health Organization and Management. 33(5): 617-634. https://doi.org/10.1108/JHOM-03-2019-0074

Bourke, L., Malatzky, C., and Terry, D. (2019). Experiences of Health Care among Refugee and Asylum Seeker Residents in Regional Victoria. Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education. 9(3):1-8

Wyett, R., Peck, B. and Terry, D. (2019). Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Management: A Retrospective Study in Rural General Practice. Advances in Diabetes and Metabolism. 7(1): 1-7 https://doi.org/10.13189/adm.2019.070101

Mornane, C., Franc, M., Waddington, M., Peck, B., and Terry, D. (2019). Twinning with Tonga: The experiences of Tongan stakeholders with a long-term partnership with regional Victoria, Australia. Universal Journal of Public Health. 7(3): 144-150. https://doi.org/10.13189/ujph.2019.070308

Terry, D., Nguyen, H., Kim, J. and Islam, R. (2019). Factors contributing to COPD hospitalisations from 2010–2015: Variation among rural and metropolitan Australians. The Clinical Respiratory Journal. 13(5): 306-313. https://doi.org/10.1111/crj.13012

Nguyen, H.N., Terry, D., Nguyen, H.P., Vickers, J., McInerney, F. (2019). Communication training and its effects on carer and care-receiver outcomes in dementia settings: A systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 28:1050–1069. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.14697

Gardiner, S., Robins, S. and Terry, D. (2019).Acute circulatory complications in people with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2: How admission varies between urban and rural Victoria. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 27: 49-56. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12459

Terry D., Nguyen H., Schmitz D., and Baker E. (2018). Lived experiences and insights into the advantages important to rural recruitment and retention of General Practitioners. Rural and Remote Health. 18: 4561. https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH4561

Malatzky, C., Terry, D., Bourke, L., Glenister, K., Ervin, K. (2018). Competing food consumption discourses and proper gendered behaviour among over 50s: Are you really what you eat? Journal of Research for Consumers. (32):1-31.

Wright, J., Glenister, K., Thwaites, R. Terry, D. (2018). The importance of adequate referrals for Chronic Kidney Disease management in a regional Australian area of nephrologist workforce shortage. The Australian Journal of General Practice. 47(1): 22-32.

Smith, T., Sutton, K., Pit, S., Muyambi, K. Terry, D., Farthing, A., Courtney, C., and Cross, M. (2018). Health professional students' rural placement satisfaction and rural practice intentions: a national cross-sectional survey. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 26(4):191-197. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12375

Terry, D., Ervin, K., Crouch, A., Glenister, K., Bourke, L. (2017) Heterogeneity of rural consumer perceptions of health service access across four regions of Victoria. Journal of Rural Social Sciences. 32(2):125–145.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Nguyen, H. N., Malatzky, C. (2017). Misconceptions of the Deaf: Giving voice to the voiceless. Health, Culture and Society. 10(1): 49-61. https://doi.org/10.5195/hcs.2017.211

Prengaman, M., Terry, D., Schmitz, D., Baker, E. (2017). The Nursing Community Apgar: Recruiting and retaining Australian rural nurses. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care. 17(2):148-171

Robins, S., Gardiner, S., Terry, D. (2017). The urban-rural divide: hypertensive disease hospitalisations in Victoria 2010-2015. Australasian Medical Journal. 10(11):953-963.

Terry, D., Robins, S., Gardiner, S., Wyett, R., Islam, R. (2017). Asthma hospitalisation trends from 2010 to 2015: variation among rural and metropolitan Australians. BMC Public Health. 17(723):1-11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-017-4704-y

Bourke, L., Malatzky, C., Terry, D., Nixon, R., Ferguson, K., Ferguson, P. (2017). Perspectives of Aboriginal issues among non-Aboriginal residents of rural Victorian communities. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 52(3):200-216.

Smith, T., Sutton, K., Pit, S., Muyambi, K. Terry, D., Farthing, A., Courtney, C., and Cross, M. (2017). Health professional students' rural placement satisfaction and rural practice intentions: a national cross-sectional survey. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 25(4):191-197.

Lim, A., Iyengar, V., Terry, D., Islam, R. (2017). Is prior aspirin use associated with reduced severity in patients with acute pancreatitis? Universal Journal of Public Health. 5(4): 151-156.

Terry, D., Ervin, K., Soutter, E., Spiller, R., Nogare, N.D., Hamilton, A. J. (2017). Do Not “Let Them Eat Cake”: Correlation of Food-Consumption Patterns among Rural Primary School Children from Welfare and Non-Welfare Households. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 14(1): 1-26.

Nguyen, H., Terry, D. (2017). English Learning Strategies among EFL Learners: A Narrative Approach. IAFOR Journal of Language Learning, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.3.1.01

Terry, D., Baker, E., Schmitz, D. (2016). Community assets and capabilities to recruit and retain GPs: the Community Apgar Questionnaire in Rural Victoria. Rural and Remote Health (Internet). 16: 3990. http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewnew.asp?ArticleID=3990

Barrett, A., Terry, D., Lê, Q., Hoang, H. (2016). Factors influencing community nursing roles and health service provision in rural areas: A review of literature. Contemporary Nurse. 52 (1): 119-135.

Ranson, N., Terry, D., Glenister, K., Adam, B., Wright, J. (2016). Integrated and consumer directed care: A necessary paradigm shift for rural chronic ill health. Australian Journal of Primary Health. 22(3): 176-180. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/PY15056

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Nguyen, H. (2016). Moving forward with dignity: Exploring health awareness in an isolated Deaf community of Australia. Disability and Health Journal. 9 (2): 281-288. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dhjo.2015.11.002

Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., Jang, S. H. (2016). Strategic English learning and proficiency among Vietnamese tertiary learners: Beyond passive stereotypes. The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education. 24(1): 19-34.

Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., Fan, S. (2016). Questionnaire development for strategic English learning: Processes and outcomes. International Journal of English Language Education. 4(1): 138-155.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Nguyen, U., & Hoang, H. (2015). Workplace health and safety issues among community nurses: a study regarding the impact on providing care to rural consumers. BMJ Open. 5:e008306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008306

Terry, D., Glenister, K., Kilmartin, J., Kilmartin, G., Sands, R., Fowler, J., Wright, J. (2015). Glycaemic control among rural health consumers: A retrospective study of a diabetes centre. Advances in Diabetes and Metabolism. 3(2): 11-15

Barrett, A., Terry, D., Lê, Q., & Hoang, H. (2015). Rural Community Nurses: Insights into Health Workforce and Health Service Needs in Tasmania. International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society. 5(3): 109-120.

Ervin, K., Pallant, J., Terry, D., Bourke, L., Pierce, D., & Glenister, K. (2015). A descriptive study of health, lifestyle and sociodemographic characteristics and their relationship to known dementia risk factors in rural Victorian communities. AIMS Medical Science. 2(3): 246-260.

Lê, Q., Nguyen, H., Terry, D., Dieters, S., Auckland, S., & Long, G. (2015). Quantifying and visualizing access to healthy food in a rural area of Australia: A spatial analysis. Food Security. 7:1017–1029.

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2015). The Anglo-Celtic construction of national identity in Australia and the acculturation of the ‘other’ doctors. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research. 2(4): 63-76

Yeoh, J., Terry, D., Lê, Q., & McManamey, R. (2015). Effective Strategies Adopted by Migrants to Improve Food Security in Tasmania. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 4(3-4): 1-13.

Yeoh, J., Le, Q., Terry, D., & McManamey, R. (2015). Having Enough Cultural Food? A Qualitative Exploration of the Experiences of Migrants in a Regional Area of Australia. Journal of Food Research, 4(2) pp. 16-26.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Murray, S., Long, G., & Terry, D. (2015). The socio-economic and physical contributors to food insecurity in a rural community. SAGEOpen. January-March: 1–21.

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2015). The challenges of working and living in a new cultural environment: A snap shot of IMGs in rural Tasmania. Australian Journal of Rural Health.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., & Terry, D. (2015). The perceptions of community change through promoting positive sexual health: A teenage pregnancy program evaluation. Universal Journal of Public Health. 3(2): 55-64.

Terry, D., Lê, Q. & Hoang, H.  (2014). Satisfaction amid the professional challenges: International medical graduates in rural Tasmania. Australasian Medical Journal. 7(12), 500–517. http://dx.doi.org/10.4066/AMJ.2014.2267

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Murray, S., Long, G., & Terry, D. (2014). Food security in a regional area of Australia: A socio-economic perspective. Universal Journal of Food and Nutrition Science. 2(4), 50-59. http://dx.doi.org/10.13189/ujfns.2014.020402

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., & Terry, D. (2014). Views and Perceptions of Local Council Partners Concerning a Regional-scale Health Promotion Initiative in Rural Australia. Universal Journal of Public Health, 2(7), 181-188. http://dx.doi.org/10.13189/ujph.2014.020701

Yeoh, J., Lê, Q., Terry, D., & McManamey, R. (2014). Challenges of food security for migrants living in a regional area of Australia: Food availability, accessibility and affordability. Journal of Food Security. 2(3), 72-78.

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2014). Social capital among migrating doctors: The ‘Bridge’ over troubled water. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 28(3), 315-326.

Yue, Y., Lê, Q., & Terry, D. (2014). Transition to an Unfamiliar Environment: International Students’ Living Experiences in an Australian Regional Area. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (43), 10-20.

Hoang, H., Le, Q., & Terry, D. (2014). Women's access needs in maternity care in rural Tasmania, Australia: A mixed methods study. Women and Birth. 27(1), 9-14. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2013.02.001

Muzoora, M., Terry, D., & Asiimwe, A. (2014). The Valorisation of African Languages and Policies in the African Education Systems: A Case of Uganda. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2(1), 42-50.

Hoang, H., Le, Q., & Terry, D. (2013). Are Maternity Experiences of Rural Women Getting Better with Time? Results from a Survey in Tasmania. Nursing and Health, 1(4), 71-77. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2013.02.001

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2013). International Medical Graduates: A Cohort Study of Key Informant Perspectives. Universal Journal of Public Health, 1(4), 151-165.

Yeoh, J., & Terry, D. (2013). International research students’ experiences in academic success. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 1(3), 275-280.

Terry, M., Terry, D., Hoang, H., & Hannah, C. (2013). The shortage-surplus paradox: A literature review of primary health care accessibility. Universal Journal of Public Health, 1(3), 40-50.

Terry, D. (2013). The Critical Discourse Analysis paradox: A brief research reflection. The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (38), 42-44.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., & Barnett, T. (2013). The paradox of going hungry when there is so much food: The perspective of vulnerable youth and their caseworkers. Journal of Food Security, 1(2), 10-15.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., & Lê, D. V. A. (2013). Patient-held logbooks for cancer care treatment: the users’ evaluative perspective. Universal Journal of Public Health. 1(2),15-19.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Woodroffe, J., & Ogden, K. (2013). The Baby, the Bath Water and The Future of IMGs. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 2(1), 51-62.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyên, H. B., Terry, D., & Hoang, H. (2013). Living in a regional area: Access, utilisation and health care quality. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 2(1), 20-32.

Hoang, H., Lê, Q., Terry, D., Kilpatrick, S., & Stuart, J. (2013). Continuity of Carer in the Public Hospital System in the Eyes of Rural Women and Maternity Health Providers in Tasmania, Australia. Universal Journal of Public Health, 1(1), 1-6.

Muzoora, M., & Terry, D. (2013). Muddling through: A critical review of Ugandan language policy in education. The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (38), 103-110.

Le, Q., Terry, D., & Woodroffe, J. (2013). Current Programs and Future Needs in Health Literacy for Older People: A Literature Review. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 17(4), 369-388.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyên, H. B., & Terry, D. (2013). The safety of international students in a regional area of Australia: Perceptions and experiences. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (42), 15-24.

Lê, Q., Nguyen, H. B., Auckland, S., Hoang, H., & Terry, D. (2012). Access to health care services in an Australian rural area – A qualitative case study. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 1(3), 29-36.

Terry, D., Woodroffe, J. J., Lê, Q., & Ogden, K. (2012). International Medical Graduates in Australia: A historical perspective (1930-1950s). Medical Journal of Australia, 197(2), 84-86.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., & Hoang, H. (2012). Migrants' perceptions of health promotion messages in rural Tasmania: Negotiating and communicating health risk. Health, Risk & Society, 14(7-8), 639-653. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13698575.2012.713914

Terry, D., & Terry, M. (2012). Common interests, social ties and the development of social capital The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (35), 105-113.

Terry, M., & Terry, D. (2012). Singing the blues: A literature review of the effects of music on postnatal depression. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 1(3), 55-67.

Terry, D., Ali, M., & Lê, Q. (2011). Asian migrants’ lived experience and acculturation to western health care in rural Tasmania. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 19, 318-323.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Woodroffe, J., & Ogden, K. (2011). The quality of life and social needs of International Medical Graduates: Emerging themes in research. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 1(1), 59-67.

Book chapter

Terry, D. and Le, T. (2015). Correct or global English: an instrument social control or the great equalizer. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 3-16). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D. (2015). Critical discourse analysis as a research paradigm in language studies - The 2001 Howard campaign speech. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 87-100). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D., Yeoh, J. and Terry, M. (2015). Language, ideology and identity: Education implications for Afghanistan’s peace. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 101-112). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Muzoora, M. and Terry, D. (2015). African higher education: The renaissance and reformation of language. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 197-210). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Yeoh, J., Terry, D. and Terry, M. (2015). Vocabulary teaching, learning and as a social practice. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 219-232). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D. and Terry, M. (2014). The globalisation of health care and health care professional acculturation. In (Ed.), Acculturation: Psychology, Processes and Global Perspectives (pp.235-250). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, M and Terry, D. (2013). The challenges of conducting literature reviews in research: Attempting to stand on the shoulders of giants. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.33-43). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D., Le, Q, Terry, M. and M Kirschbaum (2013). Qualitative research from concepts to approaches. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.79-89). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Jang, S. H., Terry, D. and T. Lê. (2013). Internet-mediated Ethnography: Issues and challenges In Social Science Research Discourse. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.173-183). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D. (2013). Conquering Everest: researching into thin air – a research journey reflection. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.311-343). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Woodroffe, J., & Ogden, K. (2012). The push-pull effect determining IMG retention in rural contexts. In S. Fan, T. Lê, Q. Lê & Y. Yue (Eds.), International Conference: Innovative Research in a Changing and Challenging World (pp. 35-46). Launceston: University of Tasmania

Published research reports

Iyengar, V., Terry, D., Woon, J.N., Kwon, D.H., Singh, A., Djordjic, T., Islam, M.R. (2017). Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Feasibility for a Hume region management clinic; Project report. Shepparton, Goulburn Valley Health.

Terry, D., Prengaman, M., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2017). Assessing assets and capabilities for recruiting and retaining nurses in rural Victoria: The Australia pilot Nursing Community Apgar Questionnaire. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Terry, D., Prengaman, M., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2017). Community Apgar Program: Factors and solutions for rural Nursing recruitment and retention. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne. (Reports 1- 6)

Terry, D. Nguyen, H. B., Prengaman, M., Schmitz, D., Baker, E. (2016). Marketing your rural community: Identifying strengths and addressing challenges to recruit rural nurses. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Nguyen, H. B. & Terry, D. (2016). Recruiting and Retaining General Practitioners in Rural Australia: A Narrative Perspective. Research Report. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Terry, D., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2016). Community Apgar Program: Factors and solutions for rural General Practitioner recruitment and retention. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne. (Reports 1-9)

Terry, D., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2016). Assessing Critical Access Hospital Assets and Capabilities for Recruiting and Retaining General practitioners: The Australia pilot Community Apgar Program. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Barrett, A. Terry, D., and Lê, Q. (2014). Rural Community nurses: Insights into health workforce and health service needs in Tasmania, Launceston: University of Tasmania.

Barnett, A., Terry, D., Mulligan B., and West, D.  (2013). An evaluation of the Workplace Based Assessment at the Launceston General Hospital. Launceston: University of Tasmania.