Julie Willems

PhD, Senior Lecturer, Teaching Associate, Monash Rural Health – Churchill, Churchill, Vic

‘Where do I place my chair?’: Considerations of chair placement in consultation observation

In workplace-based training and assessment of registrars and supervised doctors, the influence of contextual factors such as consultation room layout may be overlooked.

Microaggressions in the general practice setting

This article examines what microaggressions are and outlines the key roles of protagonist, target, bystander and ally.

Pivoting in the pandemic: A regional tale of the rapid pivot to virtual continuing professional development for general practitioner supervisors during COVID-19

Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 restrictions on face-to-face learning, this article shares the strategies employed to achieve the pivot to virtual continuing professional development.

Remote general practice supervision with video cameras: Insights for the global COVID-19 pandemic

There is growing evidence regarding the effectiveness of registrar training through video cameras, which has relevance for quality supervision during times of crises.

A new framework for teaching the art of general practice consultation to registrars and supervised doctors

Mastering of the art of consultation is considered to be at the heart of general practice training and is vital in doctor–patient relationships.