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Table 5 Outcomes evaluated & evidence quality

From: What works, why and how? A scoping review and logic model of rural clinical placements for allied health students

No. Reference, Model and Study Outcomes evaluated Evidence
Quality
Citation no.   Education / Learning outcomes Student outcomes Rural outcomes:
Intention to work in rural area
Rural Outcomes:
Employ-ment in rural area post study
Rural Outcomes:
Knowledge of rural context
Rural Outcomes:
Attitude to living and working in rural area
Program outcomes Supervisor outcomes Service & community outcomes Placement outcomes  
Placements designed to expose students to rural practice
1 [33] Brown, Macdonald- Wicks, Squires, Crowley & Harris (2015)         Moderate
2 [34] Capstick, Beresford & Gray (2008)          Moderate
3a [35] Page & Hamilton (2015)         Low
4 [36] Paterson, McColl & Paterson (2004)            Low
5 [37] Wolfgang, Dutton & Wakely (2014)          Low
Placements designed to address community needs
6 [38] Allan, O’Meara, Pope, Higgs & Kent (2011)        Moderate
7 [39] Averett, Carawan & Burroughs (2012)          Moderate
8 [40] Boucaut (1998)         Low
9 [41] Frakes et al. (2014)        Low
10 [42] Frakes et al. (2014)          Moderate
11 [18] Jones et al. (2011)        Low
12 [43] Kirby, Held, Jones & Lyle (2018)            High
13 [44] Moosa & Schurr (2011)          Low
Placements designed to provide students with a specific skill set (interprofessional)
14 [45] Cragg, Hirsh, Jelley & Barnes (2010)          Low
15 [46] Guion, Mishoe, Taft & Campbell (2006)        Low
16 [47] Gum et al. (2013)           High
17 [48] McNair, Stone, Sims & Curtis (2005)          Low
18 [49] Mu, Chao, Jensen & Royeen (2004)           Moderate
3a [35] Page & Hamilton (2015)          Moderate
  1. aIncluded in both interprofessional and exposure to rural practice placement models