Nancy Sturman

BA, MBChB, FRACGP, PhD, Associate Professor, General Practice Clinical Unit, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld

‘A really good GP’: Engagement and satisfaction with general practice care of people with severe and persistent mental illness

Patients with severe and persistent mental illness who attend community mental health clinics have high rates of engagement with general practice care.

A crisis is also an opportunity: GP teachers’ views on continuing clinical placements in general practice during the evolving COVID-19 pandemic

The pandemic presented many challenges for general practice but also new opportunities for students to learn and contribute in practice.

Digital health access, uptake, literacy and trust in people with experience of homelessness

This article measures access to digital health technology, uptake of digital health, digital health literacy and COVID-19 vaccination intentions in an inner-city population experiencing homelessness.

Holding the complex whole: Generalist philosophy, priorities and practice that facilitate whole-person care

Understanding the sophisticated craft and practical skills of generalist care could help both GPs and health policy makers value, respect and navigate the challenges of this complex important work.

Medical student contact with specialty trainees: Missing out in general practice?

Medical students report substantially less contact time with general practice registrars than with registrars in other, hospital-based specialties.