We were honoured to present at GPTEC 2019. The conference was held in Melbourne 3 – 5 September 2019 and was a great opportunity to catch up with some of our collaborators and network with participants from across the country.
GP Synergy staff presented 19 papers, of which the 10 below were presented by members of the Research and Evaluation Unit.
- Barriers influencing peer-to-peer mentoring of GP registrars – Katie Mulquiney, Linda Klein, Jennifer Taylor, Alison Fielding, Sara Yusuf, Angalie Abraham, Sue Hefren, Parker Magin and Mieke van Driel.
- Characteristics of deprescribing medicines by GP registrars: cross-sectional analysis from ReCEnT – Parker Magin, Debbie Quain, Andrew Davey, Amanda Tapley, Neil Spike, Kristen Fitzgerald and Sarah Hilmer.
- Specificity of GP registrar problem formulations in patients presenting with dizziness – Jocelyn Ledger, Parker Magin, Amanda Tapley and Christopher Levi.
- Factors associated with GP Registrar clinical reasoning skills – Linda Klein.
- Characteristics of registrars training environments: how do these differ by stage of training? – Amanda Tapley, Andrew Davey, Kristen Fitzgerald and Parker Magin.
- A cross-sectional study of early career general practitioners: the ‘NEXT-UP’ study – Parker Magin, Dominica Moad, Amanda Tapley, Alison Fielding, Cat Kirby and Michael Bentley.
- Factors associated with clinical reasoning scores among GP supervisors – Simon Morgan, Linda Klein, Parker Magin, Amanda Tapley and Irena Patsan.
- Assessing improvement in clinical reasoning among GP registrars – Linda Klein, Anna Sallos, Parker Magin, Simon Morgan, Amanda Tapley and Irena Patsan.
- GP registrars’ interactions with pharmaceutical sales representatives – Andrew Davey, Amanda Tapley, Meike van Driel and Parker Magin.
- Exploring the predictive value of Mock-AKT scores on RACGP fellowship exams – Alison Fielding, Anna Ralston, Parker Magin, Amanda Tapley, Michelle Li, Marisa Magiros and Chris Starling.