AUGP Publications

  1. Wearne, S.Magin.M., Parker J;  Spike, Neil A., Preparation for general practice vocational training: time for a rethink. Changes may be needed to facilitate GP registrars’ transition into general practice. MJA, 2018.
  2. Tran, B.S., P; O Falster, M; Douglas, K.A; Britz, T; Jorm, L.R., Overcoming the data  drought: exploring general  practice in Australia by network analysis  of big data., in MJA Podcasts 2018 Episode 57: Big GP data research, with Prof Louisa Jorm and Dr Michael Falster, E. Cate Swannell, Editor. 2018, VOLUME 209, ISSUE 2 - 19 JULY 2018: MJA.
  3. Tran, B; Straka, P;O Falster;Douglas, K.A; Britz, T; Jorm, L.R., Overcoming the data drought: exploring general practice in Australia by network analysis of big data. Medical Journal of Australia 2018. 209 (2): p. 68-73. 
  4. Sturgiss, E; Elmitt, N; Haesler, E; van Weel, C; Douglas, K., Role of the family doctor in the managment of adults with obesity: a scoping review. BMJ Journal, 2018.
  5. Stone, L., Why bioethics should be concerned with medically unexplained symptoms. American Journal of Bioethics, 2018.
  6. Stone, L., MJA Podcasts 2018 Episode 7: Disease prestige, with A/Prof Louise Stone, in Medical Jounal of Australia, A.P.L. Stone, Editor. 2018.
  7. Stone, L., Disease prestige and the hierarchy of suffering. Med J Aust 2018;, 2018. 208 (2): 60-62.
  8. Looi, J.C.;Anderson, KJ.  Between SET and ASP: balancing the scales of student evaluation of teaching (SET) and teachers’ assessments of student performance (ASP) for medical school education in psychiatry. Australasian Psychiatry, Sage Journals, 2018. Sage Eprints,  DOI:
  9. van Weel, C., ; Tamblyn, R,; Turnbull, D.   , Variation matters and should be included in health care research for comparison of outcomes. Primary Health Care Research & Development 2017. 18:183_187.
  10. van Weel, C., ; Kassai, R.  , Expanding primary care in South and East Asia. BMJ Journal, 2017. BMJ 2017;356:j634.
  11. Sturgiss, E.A., ; Haesler, E,; Elmitt, N,; Douglas, K., Obesity management in primary care. Lancet, 2017. 389(10079): p. 1605.
  12. Sturgiss, E.A., ; Elmitt, N,; Haesler, E,; van Weel, C,; Douglas, K., Feasibility and acceptability of a physician-delivered weight management programme. Fam Pract, 2017. 34(1): p. 43-48.
  13. Sturgiss E ; Jay, M., Campbell-Scherer, D; van Weel, C., Challenging assumptions in obesity research. BMJ Journal, 2017. 359 (j5303).
  14. Sturgiss, E., Patient 'choice'?  Don't make me mad, in Letter to the Editor:  Australian Doctor. 2017, Australian Doctor Group. p. 28.
  15. Sturgiss, E., ; van Weel, C., The 5 As framework for obesity management Do we need a more intricate model? Canadian Family Physician 2017(63 (7) 506-508).
  16. Sturgiss, E., ; Haesler, E,; Elmitt, N,; van Weel, C,; Douglas, K., Increasing general practitioners' confidence and self-efficacy in managing obesity: a mixed methods study. BMJ Open, 2017. 7(1): p. e014314.
  17. Sibthorpe, B; Agostino, J; Coates, H; Weeks, S; Lehmann, D; Wood, M; Lannigan, F; McAullay, D., Indicators for continuous quality improvement for otitis media in primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Aust J Prim Health, 2017.
  18. Phillips C, Hall, S., Elmitt, N; Bookallil, M; Douglas, K.  People-centred integration in a refugee primary care service - A complex adaptive systems perspective. Journal of Integrated Care - Practical evidence for service improvement, 2017. 25(1).
  19. Phillips, C., ; Hall, S,; Elmitt, N,; Bookallil, M; Douglas, K. , People-centred integration in a refugee primary care service: A complex adaptive systems perspective. Journal of Integrated Care, 2017. 25(1): p. 26-38.
  20. Haesler E, Aloe Vera Gel for wound management in low resource communities. Wound Practice and Research, Journal of the Australian Wound Management Association 2017. 25(2): p. 115-117.
  21. Haesler, E. Lymphoedema: Exercise. Wound Practice and Research: Journal of the Wound Management Association 2017. 25(1): p. 52-55.
  22. Carville K., S.J., Haesler E.  Standards for Wound Prevention and Management  Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 2017. 24((8):44).
  23. Banfield, M.Jowsey, T.; Parkinson, A.; Douglas, K.;Dawda, P.  Experiencing integration: a qualitative pilot study of consumer and provider experiences of integrated primary health care in Australia. BMC Family Practice 2017. 18:2.
  24. Agostino, J; Eastwood, K; Ferguson, J; Kirk, M. The increasing importance of community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections. MJA, 2017. 207 (9): 388-393 
  25. Wearne, S.M., et al., Responding to registrars’ in-consultation calls for assistance: Practical implications from the ReCeNT project. Australian Family Physician, 2016. Volume 45(6): p. 446-449.
  26. Wearne, S.M., L. Butler, and J.A. Jones, Educating registrars in your practice. Aust Fam Physician, 2016. 45(5): p. 274-7.
  27. van Weel, C., ; Tamblyn, R,; Turnbull, D., Variation matters and should be included in health care research for comparison of outcomes. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 2016(18): p. 183-187.
  28. Swanson, T., ; Haesler, E,; Angel, D,; Sussman, G. , IWII wound infection in clinical practice consensus document 2016 update. Wound Practice and Research 2016. 24(4): p. 194-198.
  29. Sturgiss, E.E., N; Haesler, E; van Weel, C; Douglas, K., Feasibility and acceptability of a physician - delivered weight managment programme. Family Practice, 2016: p. 1-6.
  30. Sturgiss, E., ; Haesler, E,; Sargent, G,; Rieger, E,; Douglas K., Therapeutic alliance and obesity management in primary care - a cross-sectional pilot using the Working Alliance Inventory: Therapeutic alliance and obesity management. Clinical Obesity 2016(6): p. 376-379.
  31. Sturgiss, E., ; van Weel, C,; Ball, L,; Douglas, K., Obesity management in Australian primary care: Where has the general practitioner gone? Australian Journal of Primary Health, 2016. 22(6).
  32. Sturgiss, E., ; Douglas, K,; Kathage, R,; Res, S., A synthesis of selected national Australian guidelines on the general practice management of adult patients who are overweight or obese. Aust Fam Physician, 2016. 45(5): p. 327-31.
  33. Sturgiss, E., ; Haesler, E,;Anderson, K., General practice trainees face practice ownership with fear. Aust Health Revue, 2016.
  34. Sturgiss, E., ; Douglas, K A., A collaborative process for developing a weight management toolkit for general practitioners in Australia - an intervention development study using the Knowledge To Action framework, Journal Pilot and Feasibility Studies. Bio Med Central, 2016.
  35. Stone, L.Hooker, C., What does it mean when the doctor says there’s “nothing wrong”?, in Reading the Psychosomatic in Medical and Popular Culture. 2016.
  36. Phillips, C.B., Improving health outcomes for linguistically diverse patients. Medical Journal of Australia 2016. 204(6): p. 209-210.
  37. Phillips, C., ; Hall, S,; Irving, M. , Impact of interprofessional education about patients with psychological and medical comorbidities on practitioners’ knowledge and collaborative practice: mixed method evaluation of a national program BMC Health Services Research, 2016. 16:465 
  38. Haesler E, Evidence summary: Managing lymphoedema: Low level laser therapy. Wound Practice and Research, , 2016. 24(2): p. 119-121.
  39. Haesler, E., Evidence summary: Managing lymphoedema: Complex lymphoedema therapy. Wound Practice and Research, 2016. 24(2): p. 121-124.
  40. Haesler, E., Evidence summary: Single modality treatment of lymphoedema: Manual lymphatic drainage. Wound Practice and Research:  Journal of the Australian wound Management Association, 2016. 24 (2): p. 116-118.
  41. Craig, P., S. Hall, and C. Phillips, Using the Kirkpatrick/Freeth model to evaluate interprofessional learning in a rural setting Focus on Health Professional Education, 2016. 17(1): p. 84-99.
  42. Ashman, F.Sturgiss., E; Haesler, E., Exploring Self-Efficacy in Australian General Practitioners Managing Patient Obesity: A Qualitative Survey Study. Int J Family Med, 2016. 2016: p. 8212837.