We were honoured to be part of the inaugural AAAPC Annual Research Conference in Adelaide 12 – 13 July 2019.
The papers that members of our team co-authored are listed below, abstracts from the conference are available through the Australian Journal of Primary Health:
- New alumni EXperiences of Training and independent Unsupervised Practice (NEXT-UP): a cross-sectional study of early career general practitioners
Alison Fielding, Dominica Moad, Amanda Tapley, Catherine Kirby, Michael Bentley and Parker Magin
- Deprescribing of Potentially Inappropriate Medications (PIMs) in the elderly – an observational study of deprescribing behaviour in GP registrars and GPs.
Ashwin Kaniah and Parker Magin
- Factors associated with the clinical reasoning skills of GPs at the commencement of vocational general practice training.
Linda Klein, Alison Fielding, Irena Patsan and Parker Magin
- ‘It was a good idea in theory’: GP registrars’ experiences of peer mentoring.
Linda Klein, Jennifer Taylor, Alison Fielding, Katie Mulquiney and Parker Magin
- Prevalence and associations of GP registrars’ deprescribing of inappropriate medicines in older patients: a cross-sectional analysis from the ReCEnT project.
Parker Magin, Andrew Davey, Amanda Tapley, Mieke van Driel, Neil Spike, Kristen Fitzgerald and Sarah Hilmer
- Registrars’ Evaluation and Deprescribing of Inappropriate Medicines in the Elderly: the RE-DIME multicomponent educational intervention.
Parker Magin, Debbie Quain, Amanda Tapley, Andrew Davey, Mieke van Driel and Sarah Hilmer
- Dangerous ideas – Climate change: how will primary care respond?
Kathleen Wild and Parker Magin