Inaugural AAAPC Annual Research Conference 2019
Abstract Success from the Department of General Practice!
The Australian Association for Academic Primary Care (AAAPC) will hold its first conference on the 12th and 13th July 2019. This conference showcases exemplary primary care research.
At least 17 abstracts with representations from our Department have been accepted and will be published in an Australian Journal of Primary Care online supplement. Congratulations to all authors!
Ruby Biezen, Robyn Ingram, Rodney James, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Karin Thursky, Kirsty Buising. A need for action: Results from the Australian General Practice National Antimicrobial Prescribing Survey (GP NAPS).
Sophea Ing, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Rachel Canaway. Patients' attitudes towards sharing their general practice EMRs for research.
Phyllis Lau, Matthew Chen, Anthony Tran, Evelyn Boyce, Rachel Martin, Mark Gussy, John Furler, Ivan Darby, Hanny Calache. Diabetes and oral health (DiabOH): pilot of two screening tools at a community health centre.
Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Ruby Biezen, Douglas Boyle, Sean Lo, Malcolm Clark, Karin Thursky, Kirsty Buising. “It gave me information immediately on what I needed”: Co-design and simulation of a new clinical decision support tool for antibiotic prescribing in general practice.
Huy Do, Hanny Calache, Ivan Darby, Phyllis Lau. Diabetes and Oral Health (DiabOH): the effectiveness of interdisciplinary education – a systematic review.
Manski-Nankervis J, Kunstler B, McLachlan H, Kilov G, Kennedy M, Audehm R, O’Neal D, Boyle D, Clarke K, Holmes-Truscott E, Speight J, Zoungas S, Lo S, Furler J. GlycASSIST: a new tool to support treatment individualisation and intensification in the management of type 2 diabetes.
Fitriana Murriya Ekawati, Sharon Licqurish, Jane Gunn, Phyllis Lau. Management of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) in Indonesian primary care settings: the views of stakeholders.
Siaw-Teng Liaw, Vicki Wade, John Furler, Iqbal Hasan, Phyllis Lau, Margaret Kelaher, Wei Xuan, Mark Harris.Cultural respect in general practice: a mixed method cluster randomised controlled trial.
Dangerous Idea Oral Presentation:
Christopher Barton, Lauren Ball, Samantha Chakraborty, Phyllis Lau, Lynsey Brown. It's not all about GPs.
Phyllis Lau, Niharika Gupta, Rachel Martin, Maggie McPherson, Hanny Calache. Diabetes and Oral Health (DiabOH): validating a periodontal risk assessment tool for non-dental practitioners.
Phyllis Lau, Pabasara Hettiarachchi, Carolyn Johnston. Exploring the experiences and views of young people with type 1 diabetes about diabetes management and care at school.
Phyllis Lau, Philip Lee, Arthur Hsueh. Understanding cultures and building capacity to bridge the cultural chasm: what are the perspectives of Chinese migrants about Australian general practice.
Phyllis Lau, Huy Do, Ivan Darby, Hanny Calache. Diabetes and oral health (DiabOH): an interdisciplinary educational program for the management of diabetes and oral health – a pilot study.
Hok Lim, Lena Sanci, Susan Webster, Phyllis Lau. 'No Frills Prils'. How Australian General Practitioners choose which ACE inhibitor to prescribe.
Jessica Roberts, Jo-Anne Manksi-Nankervis, Darshini Ayton. Optimising osteoarthritis management in General Practice: understanding patient-identified factors that influence outcomes of total knee replacement.
Rita McMorrow, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Sharmala Thuraisingam, John Furler. Is the use of retrospective continuous glucose monitoring associated with increased health service utilisation in people with type 2 diabetes? A secondary analysis of the GP-OSMOTIC Study.
Tim Monaghan, Dr Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis and Dr Rachel Canaway. General Practitioner, Practice Nurse and Practice Manager attitudes to sharing de identified patient health information for research: a qualitative study.