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Congratulations to the GP Synergy registrars who were successful in gaining 10 of the 21 academic posts available with RACGP for 2021!

 

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REGISTRARUNIVERSITYPROJECT
Yvonne Gia Yen AnWestern Sydney UniversityUptake of advanced care planning in Western Sydney
among the Vietnamese speaking community.
Laura ElsomWestern Sydney UniversityHepatitis C treatment in general practice: educational
and support needs of GPs and GP registrars.
Katie FisherUniversity of NewcastleThe prevalence and associations of telehealth consultations
and other aspects of GP registrars' billing practice: a cross-sectional
study nested within the Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training
(ReCEnT) study.
Darran (Zhiyong) FooUniversity of WollongongThe impact of rurality on the Primary Care Interval for (the
pathway to treatment of) breast cancer.
Isabel HansonUniversity of SydneySocial Prescribing in General Practice: a qualitative analysis of
GP knowledge and behaviours in the Sydney Local Health District.
Louisa LingUniversity of Notre DameUnderstanding the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on the
management of asthma in general practice from the perspective
of the general practitioner.
Olivia MissiakosWestern Sydney UniversityIncreasing willingness to engage in prevention and screening
for cervical cancer in women from culturally and linguistically
diverse (CALD) backgrounds living in Western Sydney (NSW).
Seren OvingtonAustralian National UniversityThe Impact of the COVID 19 Pandemic on General Practitioners:
A Qualitative Study.
Tasnuba PervezWestern Sydney UniversityWhat is high quality paediatric care in general practice and how
is this achieved? Perspectives of parents, paediatricians and general
practitioners.
Sophie WuUniversity of WollongongTo what extent is advance care planning being done by
general practitioners in cancer patients, and what are the
factors that influence whether it is being done?