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Research publications Jan-July 2021

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Since the start of the year, our Research and Evaluation Unit have been involved in 15 research papers that have been published or currently awaiting publication:

Publications since January 2021

  1. Turner R#, Tapley A, Sweeney S, Magin P.  Barriers to prescribing of Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) by GP registrars: a cross-sectional questionnaire. 2021. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 61(3). 469–473  DOI: 10.1111/ajo.13320
  2. Turner R#, Tapley A, Sweeney S, Davey A, van Driel M, Morgan S, Spike N, FitzGerald K, Magin P.  Prescribing of long acting reversible contraception by general practice registrars across different rural regions of Australia: a cross-sectional analysis of the Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training study data. Australian Journal of Rural Health (published online 21/6/21)  DOI 10.1111/ajr.12720
  3. Nawaz SФ, Tapley A, Davey AR, van Driel ML, Fielding A, Holliday EG, Ball J, Patsan I, Berrigan A, Morgan S, Spike NA, FitzGerald K, Magin P. Management of a chronic skin disease in primary care: an analysis of early-career general practitioners’ consultations involving psoriasis. 2021. Dermatology Practical and Conceptual. 11(3):e2021055. DOI: https//doi.org/10.5826/dpc.1103a55.
  4. Cherry MD^, Tapley A, Quain D, Holliday EG, Ball J, Davey A, van Driel ML, Fielding A, Spike N, FitzGerald K, Magin P. Antibiotic prescribing patterns of general practice registrars for infective conjunctivitis: a cross sectional analysis. 2021. Journal of Primary Health Care. 13(1):5-14. DOI: 10.1071/HC20040)
  5. Magin P, Quain D, Tapley A, van Driel M, Davey A, Holliday E, Ball J, Kaniah A#, Turner R#, Spike N, Fitzgerald K, Hilmer S. Deprescribing of inappropriate medicines in older patients by early-career general practitioners: prevalence and associations. International Journal of Clinical Practice. (published online 25/5/21) doi:10.1111/ijcp.14325 \
  6. Tranter I#, Magin P, van Driel M. Immunising older Australians: Pre-COVID-19 vaccine perspectives from general practice training. 2021. Australian Journal of General Practice. 50(6) 388-393. doi: 10.31128/AJGP-02-21-5844
  7. Fielding A, Mundy B, Tapley A, Bentley M, van Driel M, Klein L, Gani S§, Holiday E, Boland R§, Zbaidi L§, Magin P. Study protocol: What is in a visit? Establishing the content and perceived utility of clinical teaching visits (CTVs) in different settings within Australian GP training. 2021. BMJ Open. 11:e045643. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-045643
  8. Willems A§, Tapley A, Fielding A, Tng V, Holliday EG. van Driel ML, Ball JI, Davey AR, FitzGerald K, Spike NA, Magin PJ. General practice registrars’ management of and specialist referral patterns for atopic dermatitis. 2021. Dermatology Practical and Conceptual.11(1): e2021118. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5826/dpc.1101a118

Accepted for publication since January 2021, but not yet published

  1. Magin P, Tng V. Specialists and generalists in skin disease management: educational, clinical, and research imperatives. British Journal of Dermatology. (in press. Accepted for publication 8/6/21) DOI: 10.1111/bjd.20575
  2. Magin P, Cooke G, Tapley A, Wearne S, Holliday E, Morgan S, Ball J, Spike, van Driel M. General practice registrars’ clinical uncertainty, and in-consultation information- and assistance-seeking. Health Education in Practice: Journal of Research for Professional Learning  (in press. Accepted for publication  8/6/21)
  3. Gorges H#, Hall L, van Driel M, Magin P, Francis N, Davis J, Heal C. Comparison of International Guidelines for Management of Impetigo: a systematic review. Family Practice. (in press. Accepted for publication 27/5/21)
  4. Davey A, Tapley A, Mulquiney K, van Driel M, Fielding A, Holliday E, Davis J, Glasziou P, Dallas A, Ball J, Spike N, FitzGerald K, Magin P. Immediate and delayed antibiotic prescribing used by Australian early-career general practitioners. British Journal of General Practice. doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2021.0026 (in press. Accepted for publication 21/5/21)
  5. Willems A§, Tapley A, Fielding A, Tng V, Holliday EG, van Driel ML, Ball JI, Davey AR, Patsan I, FitzGerald K, Spike NA, Magin PJ. Prevalence and associations of general practice registrars’ management of atopic dermatitis: A cross-sectional analysis from the Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training study. Dermatology Practical and Conceptual. (in press. Accepted for publication 13/3/21)
  6. Turner R# , Tapley A, Sweeney S, Holliday E, Ball J, Magin P.  Associations of anticipated prescribing of Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) by GP registrars: A cross-sectional study. Australian Journal of General Practice. (in press. Accepted for publication 25/1/21)

Currently under review, with revisions requested and re-submitted

  1. Rahimi-Aradbili H, Spooner C, Harris M, Magin P, Tam CWM, Liaw T, Zwar N. Online training in evidence-based medicine and research methods for GP Registrars: a multi-method evaluation of engagement and impact. BMC Medical Education.

 

 

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#    Academic registrar

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§     Medical Educator