RRMARural, Remote, Metropolitan Area (Australia)
RRMARound Rock Martial Arts (Texas)
RRMAResource Recovery and Management Act (Florida)
RRMARoutine Repair and Maintenance Account (California)
RRMAResearch Royalty Memorandum Account
RRMARhinovirus Receptor Murine Monoclonal Antibody
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According to the RRMA index, 67 per cent (n=1975) lived in urban zones (including major cities).
Structure of the Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Areas (RRMA) classification.
This work adds to the previous studies confirming the accuracy of DR screening within general practice and applies it to Queensland general practices of differing sizes, located across a range of RRMA classifications, over a three-year observation period.
([dagger]) Rural and regional location defined as zones 3-7 of the Rural, Regional and Metropolitan Areas (RRMA) index.
The intake of any EDMP was significantly higher (P = 0.029) for children of schools located in remote areas (29.9%) compared to metropolitan (20.1%) and rural (22.4%) areas combined using the RRMA classification (10).
However, with respect to demographics, the proportion of children in this study from schools located in metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas was not significantly different to the Queensland population for this age group using RRMA. ARIA distributions were also similar to state figures.
Demographic information of survey schools using Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Areas (RRMA) Classification and compared to the Queensland population % of Number of Queensland children population School type (a) surveyed % of sample 11-12 years Metropolitan 492 59.4 57.1 centre (7) Rural 94 11.4 19.8 centre (1) Other rural 125 15.1 17.0 area (4) Remote 83 10.0 2.7 centre (1) Other remote 34 4.1 3.3 area (1) Total 828 100 100 (a) Number of schools in brackets.
The Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Area (RRMA) classification system, available: http://www.health.gov.au/internet/wcms/publishing.nsf/content/ work-bmp-where-rrma.
The Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Area (RRMA) classification system defines "rural" communities as those with a population of 5,000-99,999 and "remote" communities as those with populations less than 5,000 (Australian Government 2005).
The standard classification for geography employed for the survey was the Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Area (RRMA) classification system.
Table 1 displays the RRMA classifications of rural/remote and capital/metropolitan for the nurse's main practice by the State and Territory of the practice.
If the core activities of nurses working in general practice are examined in relation to the RRMA classification of the main practice in which the nurse is employed, it becomes evident that nurses working in rural locations are undertaking essentially the same core activities as nurses working in urban locations.