Kirsty Douglas

MBBS, DipRACOG, MD, FRACGP, General Practitioner at Interchange Health Cooperative, Greenway, ACT; Professor of General Practice, Australian National University School of Medicine and Psychology, Canberra, ACT; Director, Academic Unit of General Practice, Office of Professions, Leadership and Education, Health System, Policy and Research Division, ACT Health Directorate, Canberra, ACT

General practitioners in the field: A qualitative study of general practitioners’ experiences in disaster healthcare

Better defining, integrating and supporting general practitioner roles in disaster systems is likely to improve disaster healthcare.

GPs at the Deep End: Identifying and addressing social disadvantage wherever it lies

The Deep End GPs of the Canberra Region is a grassroots organisation of general practitioners who work with at-risk people in Canberra and the surrounding region.

Improving general practice research in Australia

Improving general practice-based research will enable the development of contextually relevant evidence-based medicine and recommendations in general practice, ultimately benefitting Australians.

The influence of therapeutic alliance on adult obesity interventions in primary care: A systematic review protocol

To improve the effectiveness of interventions in primary care, unpacking the how and why interventions work is important.