Bailey, A., Korda, R., Agostino, J., Stanton, T., Kelly, G., Richman, T., & Greaves, K. (2021). Absolute cardiovascular disease risk score and pharmacotherapy at the time of admission in patients presenting with acute coronary syndrome due to coronary artery disease in a single Australian tertiary centre: a cross-sectional study. . BMJ open, 11(2), e038868. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-038868
Ball, L., Sommerville, M., Crowley, J., Calleja, Z., & Barnes, K. (2021). Providing food to patients in primary care to induce weight loss: a systematic literature review. . BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, bmjnph-2020. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjnph-2020-000195
Desborough, J., Hall Dykgraaf, S., Davis, S., & Kidd, M. (2021). Reflecting on Australias five principles for pandemic response in primary care. Australian Journal for General Practitioners, 0, 0-0. Retrieved from https://www1.racgp.org.au/ajgp/coronavirus/reflecting-on-australias-five-principles-for-pande
Desborough, J., Hall Dykgraaf, S., Phillips, C., Wright, M., Maddox, R., Davis, S., & Kidd, M. (2021). Lessons for the global primary care response to COVID-19: a rapid review of evidence from past epidemics. . Family Practice. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/fampra/cmaa142
Douglas, K., O'Brien, K., Hall , S., & Barnes, K. (2021). Quick COVID Clinician Survey Summary (Australia), series 1-4. Annals of Family Medicine, Covid - 19 collection. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.7302/383
Douglas, K., O'Brien, K., Hall , S., & Barnes, K. (2021). Quick COVID Clinician Survey Summary (Australia), series 5-8. Annals of Family Medicine, Covid - 19 Collection. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.7302/384
Douglas, K., O'Brien, K., Hall , S., & Barnes, K. (2021). Quick COVID Clinician Survey Summary (Australia), series 9-13. Annals of Family Medicine, Covid 19 - Collection. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.7302/385
Hunik, L., Galvin, S., Olde Hartman, T., Rieger, E., Lucassen, P., Douglas, K., & Sturgiss, E. (2021). Exploring the psychometric properties of the Working Alliance Inventory in general practice: a cross-sectional study. . BJGP open, 5(1). doi:https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgpopen20X101131
O'Brien, K., Agostino, J., Ciszek, K., & Douglas, K. (2021). Parents' perceptions of their child's weight in children in their first year of primary school" International Journal of Obesity.
Rainsford, S., Hall Dykgraaf, S., Kasim, R., Phillips, C., & Glasgow, N. (2021). Traversing difficult terrain’. Advance care planning in residential aged care through multidisciplinary case conferences: A qualitative interview study exploring the experiences of families, staff and health professionals. . Palliative Medicine (online). https://doi.org/10.1177/02692163211013250
Sotomayor-Castillo, C., Nahidi, S., Li, C., Hespe, C., Burns, P. L., & Shaban, R. Z. (2021). General practitioners’ knowledge, preparedness, and experiences of managing COVID-19 in Australia. Infection, disease & health. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.idh.2021.01.004
Su W, Stone, L. Adult survivors of childhood trauma: Complex trauma, complex needs. Australian Journal of General Practice July 2020, 49(7):423-430.
Stone L, Waldron E, Nowak H Making a good mental health diagnosis: Science, art, and ethics. Australian Journal of General Practice 2020, 49(12):797-802.
Stone L, Trying to carve nature at its joints: respecting the complexity of psychiatric diagnosis. British Journal of General Practice 2020, 70 (699): 504;
Stone L, General practice, COVID-19 and living with uncertainty. Australian Journal of General Practice 2020, 49 Suppl 3.
Stone L, Coping during a pandemic. Aust J Gen Pract 2020, May 11, 2020, 49 Suppl 19.
Brouwers M, De la Croix A, Laan R, van Weel C et al. 2020 The impact of early breaking bad news education: a qualitative study into students’ self-reported take-home messages. MedEdPublish, 9, , 25, https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2020.000025.1
Cuypers M, Tobi H, Huijsmans CAA, van Gerwen L, ten Hove M, van Weel C, Kiemeney LALM, Naaldenberg J, Leusink GL.
Disparities in cancer-related healthcare among people with intellectual disabilities: A population-based cohort study with health insurance claims data. Cancer Med. 2020;9:6888–6895. https://doi.org/10.1002/cam4.3333
Huston P, Campbell J , Russell G, Goodyear-Smith F , Phillips RL, van Weel C, Hogg W. COVID-19 and primary care in six countries.
British Journal Gen Pract Open 2020; DOI:10.3399/bjgpopen20X101128
Kassai R, van Weel C, Flagg, K et al. Priorities for primary health care policy implementation: recommendations from the combined experience of six countries in Asia-Pacific. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2020; 26: https://doi.org/10.1071/PY19194
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Ann Fam Med 2020;18:189-190. https://doi.org/10.1370/afm.2524
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Sutarsa, N, Astuti, P, Choy, M, Moore, M. 2020. COVID-19 Pandemic: Opportunity to Accelerate e-Health in Indonesia. Public Health and Preventive Medicine Archive 8(1): 1-3.
Choy, M; Sturgiss, E; Goodyear-Smith, F; Smith, G. Digital Health Tools and Patients with Drug Use Disorders: Qualitative Patient Experience Study of the Electronic Case - Finding and Help Assessment Tool (eCHAT) Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol 22 no. 9 Sep 2020. doi: 10.2196/19256
Desborough, J; Hall Dykgraaf, S; Toca, L; Davis, S; Roberts, L; Kelaher C; Kidd, M. Australia's national COVID‐19 primary care response
MJ Aust 2020; 213 (3): 104-106.e1. Pub online: 6 July 2020
Brown J., Wearne S. (2020) Supervision in General Practice Settings. In: Nestel D., Reedy G., McKenna L., Gough S. (eds) Clinical Education for the Health Professions. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6106-7_54-1
Looi J, Anderson K, Bonner, D, Maguire P, Reay, R Student evaluations of teaching (SET): implications for medical education in psychiatry and an approach to evaluating SET and student performance. Australasian Psychiatry Sage Journals May 2020
Stone L, Phillips C, Douglas K: With the best will in the world: How benevolent sexism shapes medical careers. Medical Education 2020, Volume 94-97.
O'Brien K, Agostino J, Ciszek K, Douglas K: Physical activity and risk of behavioural and mental health disorders in kindergarten children: analysis of a series of cross-sectional complete enumeration (census) surveys. BMJ Open 2020, 10(3).
O'Brien K, Australian hospitalisations for Kawasaki disease, 1993–1994 to 2017–2018. Journal of paediatrics and child health 2020.
Sturgiss E, Ceramidas D: General practice - an under-used rescource for patients living with obesity. In: vicdoc - Magazine of the Australian Medical Association Victoria Ltd Summer 2019/20. Victoria Australia; 2020.
Hestmann Vinjerui K, Boeckxstaens P, Douglas K, Sund E: Prevalence of multimorbidity with frailty and associations with socioeconomic position in an adult population: findings from the cross-sectional HUNT Study in Norway. BMJ Open 2020, 10.
Hestmann Vinjerui K, Bjerkeset O, Bjorngaard J, Krokstad S, Douglas K, E. S: Socioeconomic inequalities in the prevalence of complex multimorbidity in a Norwegian population: findings from the cross-sectional HUNT Study. BMJ Open 2020.
Glasgow N, Douglas K: The GP workforce: no room for complacency. MJA 2020, 212 (9).
Desborough J, Hall S, de Toca L, Davis S, Roberts L, Keaher C, Kidd, M. Australia's National COVID-19 Primary Care Response. The Medical journal of Australia 2020.
Burns P, Douglas, K, Hu, W, Aitken P, Raphael B: General practitioners in the field: 'A qualitative study of general practitioners' experiences in disaster healthcare'. Australian Journal of General Practice 2020, 29(3):132-139.
Agostino J, Wong D, Paige E, Wade V, Connell C, Davey M, Peiris D, Fitzsimmons D, Burgess C, Mahoney R et al: Cardiovascular disease risk assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults aged under 35 years: a consensus statement. MJA 2020, 18 May 2020 Volume 212 No 9.
Williams L, Barnes K, Ball L, Ross L, Sladdin I, Mitchell L: How effective are dietitians at managing weight? A systematic review and meta-analysis of RCTs. Healthcare 2019, 7(1).
Wearne S, Brown J, Kirby C, Snadden D: International medical graduates and general practice training: how GP educators facilitate the transition from new migrant to local family doctor. Medical Teacher 2019.
Wearne S: Clinical Cases for General Practice Exams, vol. 4th Edition. Sydney: McGraw Hill 2019.
Van der Linden N, Van Gool K, Gardner K, Viney R, Dickinson H, Agostino J, Regan D, Dowden M: A systematic review of scabies transmission models and data to evaluate the cost effectivness of scabies intervintions. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 2019, 13(3):e0007182.
Thoonsen B, Gerritzen SHM, Vissers KCP, Verhagen S, van Weel C, Groot M, Engels Y: Training general practitioners contributes to the identification of palliative patients and to multidimensional care provision: secondary outcomes of an RCT. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019, 9.
Sturgiss E, Tait P, Douglas K, Chew J, Baglow S, Watt G: GPs at the deep end: 'Identifying and addressing social disadvantage wherever it lies'. Australian Journal of General Practice 2019, 48(11):811-813.
Sturgiss E, Tait P, Douglas K, Chew J, Baglow S, Watt G: GPs at the Deep End: Identifying and addressing social disadvantage wherever it lies. Australian Journal of General Practice (formerly AFP) 2019, Volume 48, Issue 11, November 2019.
Sturgiss E, Phillips WR, Russell G HT, Orkin A, Reeve J, Glasziou P, van Weel C: Reporting guidelines for primary care research - what are the needs? Australian Journal of Primary Health Care 2019; 25: XLIX-XLIX 2019.
Stone L, Phillips C, Douglas K: Sexual assault and harassment of doctors, by doctors: a qualitative study. Wiley Online 2019.
Stone L, Douglas K, Phillips C: With the best will in the world: how benevolent sexism shapes medical careers. Medical Education 2019.
Paige E, Agostino, J, O;Donoughue Jenkins, L, McLoughlin, K, Pennings, S, Daluwatta, A Wade, V, Lovett, R, Banks, E.: Living Guidelines for Absolute Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment and Management. Heart, Lung and Circulation 2019, 28 (6).
Paige E, O'Donoughue Jenkins L, Agostino J, Pennings S, Lovett R, Daluwatta A, Banks E, Wade V, McLoughlin K: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander absolute cardiovascular risk assessment and management: systematic review of evidence to inform national guidelines Public Health Research & Practice 2019, Online.
Nashat N, Hadjij R, Al Dabbagh AM, Rasoul Tarawneh M, Alduwaisan H, Zohra F, Abdelmohsen AlFaris E, Quezada-Yamamoto H, van Weel C, Rawaf S: Primary care healthcare policy implementation in the Eastern Mediterranean region; experiences of six countries: . Part II Eur J Gen Pract 2019, 25
Muijsenbergh M, van Weel C: The essential role of primary care professionals in achieving health for all Ann Fam Med 2019;17: 293 – 295 2019.
Mingming Z, Desborough J, Parkinson A, Douglas K, D M, K. B: Barriers to pharmacist prescribing: a scoping review comparing the UK, New Zealand, Canadian and Australian experiences. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2019, 27:479-489
Liu WM, Forbat L, Anderson K: Death of a close friend: Short and long-term impacts on physical, psychological and social well-being. PLOS ONE 2019, 14(5): e0218026
Kottner J, Cuddigan J, Carville K, Blazer K, Berlowitz D, Law S, Litchford M, Mitchell P, Moore Z, Pittman J et al: Prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers/injuries: The protocol for the second update of the international Clinical Practice Guideline 2019. Journal of Tissue Viability 2019, Vol 28, (Issue 2, May 2019, pages 51-58)
Kottner J, Carville K, Haesler E, Cuddigan J: Editorial: Second update of the International Clinical Practice Guideline for the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers/injuries 2019 Wounds International 10(1): 6-7 2019
Jaiswal C, Anderson K, Haesler E: A self-report of the Healer’s art by junior doctors: does the course have a lasting influence on personal experience of humanism, self-nurturing skills and medical counterculture? BMC Medical Education 2019, 19(1)
Haesler E, Swanson T, Ousey K, Carville K: Clinical indicators of wound infection and biofilm: reaching international consensus. . Journal of Wound Care, 2019, 28(Supp3b):s4-s12.
Goodyear-Smith F, Bazemore A, Coffman M, Fortier R D W, Howe A, Kidd M., Phillips R, Rouleau K, van Weel C: Research gaps in the organisation of primary healthcare in low-income and middle-income countries and ways to address them: a mixed-methods approach BMJ Glob Health 2019; 4: p e001482-e001482 2019.
Goodyear-Smith F, Bazemore A, Coffman M, Fortier R, Howe A, Kidd M, Phillips R, Rouleau K, van Weel C: Primary care financing: a systematic assessment of research priorities in low- and middle-income countries. BMJ Glob Health 2019, 4: p. e001483-e001483.
Dick ML, Henderson, M, Wei, Y, King, D, Anderson, K, Thistlethwaite, J.: A systematic review of the approaches to multilevel learning in the general practice context, using a realist synthesis approach: BEME Guide No. 55. Medical Teacher 2019.
Burns P, Douglas K, Hu W: Primary care in disasters: opportunity to address a hidden burden of health care. Medical Journal of Australia 2019, 210 (7): . || doi: 10.5694/mja2.50067
Brown J, Kirby C, Wearne S, Snadden D: Remodelling general practice training. Tension and innovation. Australian Journal of General Practice 2019, 48 ( issue 11 November 2019).
Ball L, Sturgiss L, Martin S, Douglas K: The hidden curriculum within nutrition education in medical schools. BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health 2019
Bagheri N, Konings P, Wangdi K, Parkinson A, Mazumdar S, Sturgiss E, Lal A, Douglas K, Glasgow N: Identifying hotspots of type 2 diabetes risk using general practice data and geospatial analysis: an approach to inform policy and practice. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2019, 26(1) 43-51
Bagheri N, Konings P, Wangdi K, Parkinson A, Mazumdar S, Sturgiss E, Lal A, Douglas K, Glasgow N: Identifying hotspots of type 2 diabetes risk using general practice data and geospatial analysis: an approach to inform policy and practice. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2019.
Agostino J, Wong D, Skewes K, Paige E, Welsh J, Phillips C, Douglas K, Greaves K, Lovett R, Banks E: Clinical decision support for cardiovascular disease prevention in primary care: a strategy to facilitate improved patient care. Report to the Commonwealth Department of Health, 2019
Martin, S; Sturgiss, E; Douglas, K; Ball L. Hidden Curriculum within nutrition education in medical schools, February 2020 BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, Vol 3 Issue 1, February 2020
Zhou, M; Desborough, J; Parkinson, A; Douglas, K; McDonald, D. Barriers to pharmacist prescribing: a scoping review comparing the Uk, New Zealand, Canadian and Australian experiences. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 27 (11) July 2019