Grant Russell


MBBS, FRACGP, MFM, PhD, Professor, Primary Care Research, Department of General Practice, Monash University, Vic; Director, Southern Academic Primary Care Research Unit, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Vic; Chair, Editorial Advisory Committee, Australian Journal of General Practice.

Adaptive reserve: A path to sustainable general practice in a pandemic

The concept of adaptive reserve has been identified as being critical to help practices reinforce themselves against the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Qualitative understandings of access to primary care services for consumers who use methamphetamine

It is crucial that people who use methamphetamine are able to access appropriate professional support.

Pre- and post-migration factors associated with chronic pain in humanitarian refugee women living in Australia: A protocol study

Refugee women exhibit some of the highest rates of chronic pain, but the relationship between chronic pain and refugee-related challenges arising from migration trajectories remains unclear.

Guest Editorial: Farewell to a true generalist

Farewell to Stephen Margolis, Australian Journal of General Practice Editor-in-Chief.

General practitioners’ knowledge and use of an urban Australian hospital General Practice Liaison service: A qualitative study

General Practice Liaison staff undertake a range of activities to improve information flow, care processes and capacity across both sectors.

How do Australian general practitioners spend their time? A cross-sectional analysis of Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) data examining ‘non-billable workload’

While Australian general practitioners gain most of their income from direct patient interactions, they also spend time attending to professional or practice responsibilities.