Christopher Harrison

PhD, Research Fellow, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney, NSW

A comparison of policies and guidelines related to multimorbidity in the UK, Australia and Sri Lanka

This study shows the importance of sharing and learning from policy differences.


Multimorbidity, commonly defined as the co-occurrence of two or more chronic conditions within one person without defining an index chronic condition, has the person, not a disease, as the focus.

Under or over? General practitioner charging of Medicare

This study examined Medicare Benefits Schedule billing patterns by consultation length to estimate overcharging or undercharging by GPs, and the cost/savings to Medicare.

Management of heavy menstrual bleeding in Australian general practice: An analysis of BEACH data

This study provides insights into the management of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) prior to the release of the HMB clinical care standard.

Characteristic-specific rates of rheumatoid arthritis and its management in Australian general practice

Results from this study suggest that general practitioner management actions align with current national guidelines and, in the main, do not differ by rurality.