We are pleased to have had the following research papers recently published:
- Prevalence and associations of prescribing of Long Acting Reversible Contraception by GP Registrars: a secondary analysis of ReCEnT data | BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health.
- Management of Urinary Tract Infection by early-career general practitioners in Australia | Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
- Delayed prescribing of antibiotics for acute respiratory infections by GP registrars: a qualitative study | Family Practice
- General practice registrars’ experience of antenatal care – prevalence and associations: a cross-sectional analysis | Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Australian general practice registrars and their experience with postpartum consultations: a cross sectional analysis of prevalence and associations | Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- General practice training in regional and rural Australia: a cross-sectional analysis of the ReCEnT study | Australian Journal of Rural Health
- A general practice workplace-based assessment instrument: Content and construct validity | Medical Teacher
- Acne in primary care: a cross-sectional analysis | Australian Journal of General Practice
- Antibiotic stewardship in skin infections: a cross-sectional analysis of early-career GPs’ management of impetigo | BMJ Open
Please contact Professor Parker Magin – Director, GP Synergy NSW & ACT Research and Evaluation Unit if you have any queries.