The Australasian Association for Academic Primary Care (AAAPC) conference is held annually, and provides an opportunity for those involved in teaching and research in academic primary care to join together and showcase Australasia’s leading primary care research
GPEx enjoys being a part of this collegial environment, and were well represented again at this year’s conference in August, with presentations delivered by Assoc. Prof. Jill Benson AM and our academic registrars.
Reflecting on the conference, Assoc. Prof Jill Benson AM said:
“It was very exciting to hear presentations from our Academic registrars at the AAAPC conference. They have all developed great research skills and presented very well. There was lots of interest in their research from others. It’s so wonderful have them as part of the GPEx Research team, as it boosts our enthusiasm for research, as well as theirs.”
GPEx would like to congratulate our 2021 academic registrars, and their supervisors, for their research to date and high-quality conference presentations:
|Dr Isabella White||Training Program Experiences of South Australian General Practice Registrars during the COVID-19 Pandemic||Professor Nigel Stocks||University of Adelaide|
|Dr Wissam Ghamrawi||Communicating Medical Information with Aboriginal Patients: Lessons Learned from Health Professionals in Aboriginal Primary Health Care||A/Prof Emma Kennedy||Flinders University|
|Dr Abira Chandrakumar||General Practitioner’s perspectives on barriers and facilitators to cervical cancer screening in women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in South Australia; a qualitative study||Professor Nigel Stocks||University of Adelaide|
|Dr Habiba Jahan||General Practice (GP) management of depression after Incident coronary heart disease: A quantitative analysis of data from MedicineInsight.||Professor Nigel Stocks||University of Adelaide|
|Dr Brian Gue||Supporting GPs in their approach to patients who are experiencing Domestic Violence: A Qualitative Study||Professor Nigel Stocks||University of Adelaide|
Congratulations to Habiba for being elected as the AAAPC Early Career Researchers Sub-Committee Chair as well.