Publications and Presentations

Publications

 

References
Gerard Ingham, Kayty Plastow, Rebecca Kippen & Nicky White, 2019: A ‘call for help’ list for Australian GP registrars’. The Australian Journal of General Practice
Health concerns, personal problems and underperformance in General Practice Registrars, George Zaharias[1], Kay M Jones[2], Caroline Johnson[2], Christine Longman[3]. Institution: 1. Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 2. Eastern Victoria General Practice Training, 3. Murray City Country Coast General Practice Training. DOI: https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2019.000162.1 Published date: 09/08/2019
Longman, C. & Temple-Smith, M. 2019. Promoting Professional Behaviour in GP Training Practices: Views of Practice Managers. Aust J General Practice, Vol. 48, No. 6, June 2019.https://www1.racgp.org.au/getattachment/f4d0618a-35b6-4a88-805e-258dfbcf43c5/Promoting-professional-behaviour-in-general-practi.aspx>
Gerard Ingham, Kayty Plastow, Rebecca Kippen & Nicky White (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
Clement, T., Howard, D., Lyon, E., Silverman, J, & Molloy, E. 2019. Video-enhanced professional learning for clinical teachers. ANZAHPE Bulletin, Issue 1, p. 15. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/363deb_ce9a925996ea4ac79659ce4982fd7af4.pdf
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 Published online: 9 April 2019.
Presentations

 

References
Howard D., Bottrell C., Metamorphosis – Becoming a GP, GP19. 25 October. Adelaide, South Australia.
Ingham G., Plastow K., Kippen R., White N., A ‘Call for Help’ List, GP Training, GP19. 25 October. Adelaide, South Australia.
McMorrow, R., GP Research: What’s it all about? GP19. 25 October. Adelaide, South Australia.
Howard, D., Bottrell, C., Transitioning from hospital doctor to GP – understanding the registrar experience. GPTEC 2019. 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Ingham G., Plastow K., Kippen R., White N., 2019. Supervision and Safety in Early GP Training. GPTEC 2019. 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Ingham G, Plastow K., Kippen R., White N., 2019. A Call for Help List for Early GP Training. GPTEC 2019. 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Ingham G., Plastow K., Kippen R., White N., 2019 Supervisors; and Registrars’ Views on Closer Supervision at the Start of GP Training. GPTEC 2019. 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Ingham G, Brown J,, Plastow K., Off to a good Start. Managing the transition into GP training. GPTEC 2019 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Jessop H., Grinzi P., Scott T., How Unprofessional! GPTEC 2019. 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Jessop H., Extension Program, GPTEC 2019, 4 September. Melbourne, Australia.
Tim Clement1, 2, Elizabeth Molloy3, Duncan Howard1, Eldon Lyon1, 2, Jonathan Silverman2, Video-enhanced professional learning for clinical teachers: How do video-clubs support GP-supervisors' teaching practice?[1] Origin: 1 Murray City Country Coast GP Training, 49 Kepler St, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia. 2 Faculty of Health, School of Medicine, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, Australia. 3 Department of Medical Education, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. GPTEC 2019, September. Melbourne, Australia.
Brown, J, Kirby, C and Clement, T., Enhancing the Quality of your Qualitative Design, GPTEC 2019, September. Melbourne, Australia.
Ingham G., Plastow K., Kippen R., White N., 2019. Supervision and Safety in Early GP Training. AUSDEM Conference 2019. 29 April. Melbourne, Australia.
Clement, T. 2018. Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK), aka ‘Teaching Scripts’: An under-discussed and under-used concept in medical education? ANZAHPE Conference 2018. 1-4 July 2018, Hobart, Tasmania.
Clement, T., Howard, D., Lyon, E., and Loughran, J. 2018. Protected teaching time in general practice training: The GP-supervisor as teacher - the how, what and why. ANZAHPE Conference 2018. 1-4 July 2018, Hobart, Tasmania.
Nesire, A. 2018. Graduate tracking study: understanding career pathways of AGPT Program Graduates. RACGP Conference GP18, 11-13 October 2018, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Nesire, A. 2018. Graduate tracking study: understanding career pathways of AGPT Program Graduates. RACGP Conference GP18, 25 – 27 October 2018, Darwin, Northern Territory.
Thornton K., Webster, S., & Temple-Smith, M. 2016. Immunisation of children in out-of-home care: general practice perspectives. RACGP Conference GP16. 29 September - 1 October. Perth, Western Australia.
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