identify the relevant factors within the Wakerman definition below:

1. Find one or two current journal articles on remote or rural health case studies in a particular area of interest in terms of health service delivery, (for example allied health professionals, community interventions, health promotion, nurses) in Australia
2. Read the material you have located; and identify the relevant factors within the Wakerman definition below:
Remote Health is an emerging discipline with distinct sociological, historical and practice characteristics. Its practice in Australia is characterised by geographical, professional and, often, social isolation of practitioners; a strong multidisciplinary approach; overlapping and changing roles of team members; a relatively high degree of GP substitution; and practitioners requiring public health, emergency and extended clinical skills. These skills and remote health systems, need to be suited to working in a cross-cultural context; serving small, dispersed and often highly mobile populations; serving populations with relatively high health needs; a physical environment of climatic extremes; and a communications environment of rapid technological change (Wakerman 2004; Defining remote health; Aust. J. Rural Health (2004) 12, 210�214)