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Table 1 2017 UCINet / Netdraw analyses of tie characteristics for each Rural Clinical School of Western Australia node. (Town size data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, SLA 2/Significant Urban Area level data, 2016 Census data, AHPRA 2017 workplace location data)

From: Social network analysis of rural medical networks after medical school immersion in a rural clinical school

RCSWA SITE Year site established Total RCS placements (PGY2–15) N = 706 Number in rural Australia. (% total) Number recruited to RCS site in 2017 Remoteness (ASGC-RA) Remoteness (MMM) Town population Degree Between-ness Closeness
Broome 2002 84 28 (33) 26 RA4 6 13,984 18 570.769 144.000
Albany 2005 84 14 (16) 15 RA3 3 33,145 13 396.893 161.000
Geraldton 2002 96 17 (18) 5 RA3 3 37,432 14 378.462 159.000
Kalgoorlie 2002 117 17 (14.5) 0 RA3 3 29,873 8 198.000 165.000
Bunbury 2007 83 15 (18) 15 RA2 2 72,402 8 112.700 166.000
Esperance 2004 32 10 (31) 2 RA4 6 12,107 7 115.393 195.000
Port Hedland 2002 55 11 (20) 3 RA4 6 15,828 7 118.467 170.000
Kununurra 2011 12 4 (33) 4 RA4 6 7155 6 63.036 175.000
Narrogin 2007 27 7 (26) 3 RA3 5 4725 6 198.000 176.000
Derby 2005 27 6 (22) 3 RA5 7 7705 6 103.200 180.000
Busselton 2009 36 9 (25) 5 RA2 3 36,616 5 53.200 181.000
Carnarvon 2008 19 5 (26) 0 RA3 6 5160 4 113.000 186.000
Karratha 2006 30 5 (16) 0 RA4 6 15,828 4 51.000 186.000
Northam 2014 4 1 (25) 1 RA2 4 11,112 2 0.000 195.000