Lorna Philip

Dr

    • 490 Citations
    19982019
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    Social Sciences

    rural area
    rural community
    retirement
    evidence
    migration
    social science
    digital divide
    demographic aging
    Internet
    geography
    open channel
    community
    migrant
    telecommunication
    semantics
    economy
    interaction
    social research
    communication technology
    experience
    exclusion
    infrastructure
    interdisciplinarity
    urban area
    retirement age
    interdisciplinary research
    research policy
    rural population
    role model
    argumentation
    rural development
    pain
    health service
    information technology
    economics
    change of residence
    social scientist
    university teacher
    workplace
    language
    editor
    management
    science
    stakeholder
    natural scientist
    scenario
    food
    sustainability
    linguistics
    health

    Medicine & Life Sciences

    Chronic Pain
    Telemedicine
    Technology
    Rural Population
    Social Isolation
    Delivery of Health Care
    Health Services
    House Calls
    Research
    Scotland
    Telecommunications
    Pain
    Health Personnel
    Communication
    Biomedical Technology
    Social Welfare
    Administrative Personnel
    Interpersonal Relations
    Health Status
    Costs and Cost Analysis
    Emergencies
    Life Change Events
    Population

    Earth & Environmental Sciences

    rural area
    telecommunication
    geographical research
    retirement
    social exclusion
    physical geography
    human geography
    rural population
    palynology
    metallurgy
    health services
    infrastructure
    communication
    environmental change
    village
    geochemistry
    Holocene
    connectivity
    information and communication technology
    urban area
    sediment
    stakeholder
    student
    twenty first century