Authors

Andrew Bonney

MBBS (Hons), MFM (Clin), PhD, DRANZCOG, FRACGP, Professor of General Practice, School of Medicine, University of Wollongong, NSW

General practitioners’ attitudes towards acne management: Psychological morbidity and the need for collaboration

Avenues for improving the care of patients with acne include explicit attention to psychological morbidity beyond treatment of the acne itself, and improved use of patient educational materials.


Australian general practitioners’ attitudes to the extraction of research data from electronic health records

While general practitioners have concerns about the use of data stored on electronic health records, they also recognise the benefits of using this data for research purposes.


Junior doctors, burnout and wellbeing: Understanding the experience of burnout in general practice registrars and hospital equivalents

Junior doctors in Australia report high rates of burnout. Their experiences need to drive the research and the changes in the junior doctor training environment.


Exploring opportunities for general practice registrars to manage older patients with chronic disease: A qualitative study

There is a need to enhance aged care exposure for general practice registrars in ways that build on the competence of registrars and the trust in registrars by older patients and supervisors.