Mrs Jane Scarborough

Jane Scarborough
PhD Candidate
School of Public Health
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Jane Scarborough is a PhD candidate School of Public Health, University of Adelaide. Her interest is in the factors that affect the provision of care by private general practice for patients with conditions which may have stigma attached to them. Jane is enrolled half time in the PhD program and continues to work at Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) as the GP Program-Project Officer. The DASSA role involves working with general practitioners to recruit them to prescribe opioid substitution treatment and to provide support to those that choose to prescribe. Her PhD project aims to understand the GP, practice and patient factors that determine the provision of care provided in private general practice for people with hepatitis C.

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Mrs Jane Scarborough

Jane Scarborough is a PhD candidate School of Public Health, University of Adelaide. Her interest is in the factors that affect the provision of care by private general practice for patients with conditions which may have stigma attached to them. Jane is enrolled half time in the PhD program and continues to work at Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) as the GP Program-Project Officer. The DASSA role involves working with general practitioners to recruit them to prescribe opioid substitution treatment and to provide support to those that choose to prescribe. Her PhD project aims to understand the GP, practice and patient factors that determine the provision of care provided in private general practice for people with hepatitis C.

I am a PhD candidate at the School of Public Health, University of Adelaide. My interest is in the factors that affect the provision of care by private general practice for patients with conditions which may have stigma attached to them. I am enrolled half time in the PhD program and continue to work at Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) as the GP Program Coordinator. The DASSA role involves working with general practitioners to recruit them to prescribe opioid substitution treatment (methadone and buprenorphine) and to provide support to those that choose to prescribe. Her PhD project aims to understand the GP, practice and patient factors that determine the provision of care provided in private general practice for people with hepatitis C.

 

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
University of Adelaide Australia Master of Public Health
University of South Australia Australia Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services)

Keywords

Health Policy & Services

Journals

Date Citation
2015 Scarborough,J, Eliott,J, Miller,E, Aylward,P, 2015, Equity in primary health care delivery: an examination of the cohesiveness of strategies relating to the primary healthcare system, the health workforce and hepatitis C, Australian Health Review, 39, 2, 175-182 10.1071/AH14073
2011 Scarborough,J, Eliott,J, Braunack-Mayer,A, 2011, Opioid substitution therapy: A study of GP participation in prescribing, Australian Family Physician, 40, 4, 241-245
Position
PhD Candidate
Phone
83137583
Fax
8313 3339
Campus
North Terrace
Building
178 North Terrace - Terrace Towers
Org Unit
Public Health

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