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Schultz, D., Smart, N., De La Rue, S. and Preston, R. (2008). An assessment of the ongoing research support needs of Queensland PHCRED research fellows. In: Child and Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS) Research Seminar 2008, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 3 July 2008. 46  
Schultz, Denise, De La Rue, Stephanie, Holden, Libby, Smart, Neil, Preston, Robyn and Doust, Jenny (2008). Bringing together Queensland's primary health care policy and research communities. In: 2008 GP & PHC Research Conference: Health for All?, Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, (1-1). 4-6 June 2008. 73  
Schultz, Denise, Holden, Libby, De La Rue, Stephanie, Preston, Robyn, Mitchell, Geoff and Smart, Neil (2007). Education for rural and remote primary health care workers: Evaluating the research roadshow workshops of the Qld PHCRED Research Capacity Building Initiative. In: 2007 GP & PHC Research Conference: Working Together, Sydney, N.S.W., (). 23-25 May 2007. 91  
McIntyre, Ellen, Reibel, Tracy, Aylward, Paul, Lau, Phyllis, Schroeder, Jacque and Schultz, Denise (2008) How to conduct effective skill building workshops. Australian Family Physician, 37 10: 868-869. 70   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
De La Rue, Stephanie, Schultz, Denise and Holden, Libby (2007). Outreach research capacity building in Queensland. In: Proceedings of the 9th National Rural Health Conference. 9th National Rural Health Conference, Albury, New South Wales, (). 7 - 10 March 2007. 43  
De La Rue, S. and Schultz, D. (2006). Taking it to the people - improving the impact and accessibility of the PHCRED Research Capacity Building Initiative in Queensland. In: Research Networks - Concurrent paper sesions. 2006 General Practice and Primary Health Care Research Conference, Perth, Australia, (169-169). 5-7 July, 2006. 32