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Top 10 most viewed items last month

Each month we highlight the top 10 most viewed ROAR items for the month gone by. Click on the following links to view the 10 most viewed ROAR items in June.



International Nurses DayWomen's Health Week

In recognition of International Nurses Day, 12th May 2014 we highlight the Top 10 viewed Australian PHC Research projects in ROAR with a focus on nursing.

Data is from the period 12/05/13-12/05/14



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What's in it for me? Why join ROAR?

  1. Your area/s of research expertise will be promoted
  2. Researchers looking for potential collaborators or mentors can identify and contact you
  3. Your PHC project/s and activities will be promoted and will assist other researchers from re-inventing the wheel
  4. Policy makers will be able to identify and contact you about your research and expertise

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Past ROAR Top 10 highlighted include...

In recognition of International Women's Day, 8th March 2014 we highlight the Top 10 viewed female researchers from ROAR involved in Australian PHC Research.

In line with Women's Health Week, 2-6 September 2013 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Researchers with an interest in Women's Health.

In line with Daffodil Day, 23 August 2013 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects related to Cancer care in primary health care.

In line with World Breastfeeding Week 2013, 1 - 7 August 2013 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Profiles with a research interest in Breastfeeding.

In line with Family Doctor Week, 15 July - 21 July 2013 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects with a General Practitioner (GP) theme.

In line with World No Tobacco Day, 31st May 2013 we highlight the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects with a focus on smoking cessation.

In recognition of International Women's Day, 8th March 2013 we looked at the Top 10 viewed female researchers from ROAR involved in Australian PHC Research..

In line with RedFeb we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects with a focus on Heart-Related Research.

In line with Movember we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Researchers with an interest in Prostate Cancer.

In line with Mental Health week 7-13 October we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Researchers with an interest in Mental Health.

In line with Oral Health Day on 12th September we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects with a focus on Oral Health.

In line with National Diabetes Week 8th - 14th July we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects with a focus on Diabetes.

In line with International Nurses Day on 12th May 2012 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Researchers with an interest in Practice Nurses.

In line with World Health Day on 7th April 2012 with the theme 'Good health adds life to years', we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Projects with a focus on Ageing and health.

In line with National Close the Gap Day on 22nd March 2012 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR Researchers with an interest in Indigenous Health Research.

In line with World Cancer Day on 4th February 2012 we highlighted the Top 10 viewed ROAR projects with a focus on Cancer.

Top 10 ROAR projects with a focus on Depression (September 2011)

Top 10 ROAR projects in Indigenous/Aboriginal Health (June 2009)

Top 10 researcher profiles with a research interest in health workforce (May 2009)

Top 10 researcher profiles with a research interest in chronic disease/illness (March 2009)

Top 10 ROAR profiles in 2008 with a research interest in Mental Health (February 2009)

Top 10 ROAR Women's Profiles visited from Jan-Nov 2008 (November 2008)

Top 10 ROAR Projects visited from Jan-Sep 2008 (October 2008)

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