Authors

Jane Desborough

Email: jane.desborough@anu.edu.au

RN, RM, MPH, PhD, Action Research, COVID-19 Primary Care Response Group (seconded), Primary Care Division, Australian Government Department of Health, ACT; Senior Research Fellow, Research School of Population Health, Australian National University, ACT


COVID-19 highlights risks of healthcare and social care workers attending work while ill

As COVID-19 affects healthcare and social care systems around the world, reports of infection among healthcare and social care workers continue to accumulate.


The importance of consistent advice during a pandemic: An analysis of Australian advice regarding personal protective equipment in healthcare settings during COVID-19

Lessons from previous pandemics emphasise the importance of consistent information and advice for healthcare workers, particularly regarding their use of personal protective equipment.


Reflecting on Australia’s five principles for pandemic response in primary care through the lens of early international experiences of COVID-19

In scoping the emerging literature on COVID-19 during 2020 and considering its policy relevance, we identified six emerging challenges that highlight the importance of the five principles.


General practitioner management of mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a ‘perfect storm’ for the deterioration of mental health.