Research seminars

We view knowledge exchange as an integral part of our Program and host research seminars presented by Australian and international experts in general practice and primary health care.

Our 2008 Program featured the following research seminars:
Directions of Research in Primary Care in the UK Presented by Professor Deborah Saltman AOM (Head of the Institute of Postgraduate
Medicine, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK)
Thursday 14 February 11.30-1pm
Undertaking Systematic Reviews for Masters' Dissertations: in the real world professional arena, when is 'good' not 'good enough'? Presented by Dr Gail Louw (Principal Lecturer and Public Programme Leader, Institute of Postgraduate Medicine at Brighton and Sussex Medical School) Thursday 28 February, 12-1pm
10 Golden Rules for Young Researchers Presented by Professor Michael Kidd (Professor of General Practice & Head of the Discipline of General Practice, University of Sydney) Thursday 10 April, 12-1pm
Using e-health to create a Patient Centered Medical Home: Research implications Presented by Dr Charles Eaton (Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health & Director of Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Center for Primary Care and Prevention) Thursday 26 June, 12-1pm

If you would like to present a research seminar in the Discipline of General Practice contact:
Dr Raechelle Rubinstein, PHC RED Coordinator
or (02) 9556 7200