Authors

Joel Rhee

BSc (Med), MBBS (Hons), GCULT, PhD, FRACGP, Adjunct Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Wollongong, NSW; Head of Discipline of General Practice, School of Population Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, UNSW Sydney, NSW


Dying still matters in the age of COVID-19

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on people with palliative care needs.


Advance care decision making and planning

Barriers to general practice involvement in advance care planning and strategies for incorporating it into patient care are discussed.


Development of a COVID-19 virtual community of practice in New South Wales: A qualitative study

In April 2020, a group of general practice leaders in NSW established a COVID-19 virtual community of practice to facilitate rapid transfer and implementation of clinical guidance into practice.


Factors influencing early presentation to general practitioners for non–screen detected breast cancer

The relationship between prolonged breast cancer pathways and poorer survival is well established.


Effective integration of caregivers and families as part of the care team for people with cancer

The lived experience of caregiving and the burden associated with this role indicates that caregivers are in need of support, yet there are several barriers to integration with the healthcare team.


How doctors conceptualise P values: A mixed methods study

Misunderstanding of P values is pervasive and might be influenced by a few central misconceptions.


Personalised cancer care in the era of precision medicine

Achievement of personalised cancer care requires a system-wide approach that targets the patient, healthcare provider and healthcare system with data informing practice.