Authors

Judy Mullan

PhD, FSHPA, BA, BPharm, Academic Director, Centre for Health Research Illawarra Shoalhaven Population (CHRISP) and Deputy Director, Illawarra & Southern Practice Research Network (ISPRN), School of Medicine, University of Wollongong, 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.


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.


Giving Asthma Support to Patients (GASP) program evaluation

The Giving Asthma Support to Patients (GASP) program, developed in New Zealand, guides practice nurses to provide structured asthma care.


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.


Exploring consumer perspectives about the Health Care Home model of primary care provision: A qualitative study

Consumers with chronic medical conditions may not readily embrace Health Care Home practice redesign initiatives in Australia.