Publications and Presentations

Presentations

 

Bottrell, C., & Howard, D. (2019). Metamorphosis - Becoming a GP. GP19. Adelaide, South Australia.
Brown, J., Kirby, C., & Clement, T. (2019). Enhancing the quality of your qualitative design. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Clement, T. (2018). Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK), aka 'Teaching Scripts': An under-discussed and under-used concept in medical education? ANZAHPE. Hobart.
Clement, T., Howard, D., Lyon, E., & Loughran, J. (2018). Protected teaching time in general practice training: The GP-supervisor as teacher - the how, what and why. ANZAHPE. Hobart.
Clement, T., Molloy, E., Howard, D., Lyon, E., & Silverman, J. (2019). Video-enhanced professional learning for clinical teachers: How do video-clubs support GP-supervisors' teaching practice? GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Howard, D., & Bottrell, C. (2019). Metamorphosis - Becoming a GP. GP19. Adelaide.
Howard, D., & Bottrell, C. (2019). Transitioning from hospital doctor to GP - understanding the registrar experience. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Ingham, G., Brown, J., & Plastow, K. (2019). Off to a good start. Managing the transition into GP training. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., & White, N. (2019). A 'Call for Help' List. GP19. Adelaide.
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., & White, N. (2019). A 'Call for Help' List for early GP training. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., & White, N. (2019). Supervision and safety in early GP training. AUSDEM. Melbourne.
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., & White, N. (2019). Supervision and Safety in Early GP Training. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., & White, N. (2019). Supervisors' and Registrars' views on closer supervision at the start of GP Training. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Jessop, H. (2019). Extension Program. GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
Jessop, H., Grinzi, P., & Scott, T. (2019). How unprofessional! GPTEC 2019. Melbourne.
McMorrow, R. (2019). GP Research: What's it all about? GP19. Adelaide.
Nesire, A. (2018). Graduate Tracking Study: understanding career pathways of AGPT program graduates. GP18. Gold Coast.
Nesire, A. (n.d.). Graduate tracking study: understanding career pathways of AGPT Program Graduates. GP18. Darwin.
Thornton, K., Webster, S., & Temple-Smith, M. (2016). Immunisation of children in out-of-home care: general practice perspectives. GP16. Perth.
Publications

 

Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen., R., White, N. (2020). Closer supervision in Australian general practice training: planning major system change. Australian Journal of Primary Health. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1071/PY19156 . Click to read
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., White, N., (2019). A ‘call for help’ list for Australian GP registrars. The Australian Journal of General Practice. DOI: 10.31128/AJGP-07-19-4997 . Click to read
Zaharias G, Jones K, Johnson C, Longman C. (2019). Health concerns, personal problems and underperformance in General Practice Registrars, MedEdPublish, 8, [3], 13, https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2019.000162.1 . Click to read
Longman, C. & Temple-Smith, M. (2019). Promoting Professional Behaviour in GP Training Practices: Views of Practice Managers. The Australian Journal of General Practice, 48(6). https://www1.racgp.org.au/getattachment/f4d0618a-35b6-4a88-805e-258dfbcf43c5/Promoting-professional-behaviour-in-general-practi.aspx Click to read
Ingham, G., Plastow, K., Kippen, R., & White, N. (2019). Tell me if there is a problem: safety in early general practice training, Education for Primary Care DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14739879.2019.1610078 . Click to read
Clement, T., Howard, D., Lyon, E., Silverman, J, & Molloy, E. (2019). Video-enhanced professional learning for clinical teachers. ANZAHPE Bulletin, Issue1,15. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/363deb_ce9a925996ea4ac79659ce4982fd7af4.pdf
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Thornton, K., Webster, S. & Temple-Smith, M. (2019). Is immunisation for children and young people in statutory care in Victoria ‘all too hard’? A qualitative study with health professionals. Australian Journal of Primary Health. https://doi.org/10.1071/PY18096 . Click to read
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