Associate Professor Annette Katelaris

Associate Professor and Director of Professional Medical Education Academic Management
Sydney Medical School


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Journals

  • Bell, J., Bentley, J., Downie, C., Cairns, R., Buckley, N., Katelaris, A., Pearson, S., Nassar, N. (2018). Accidental pharmacological poisonings in young children: population-based study in three settings. Clinical Toxicology, 56(8), 782-789. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Beyond reporting: the MJA takes an active role in improving health care. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(2), 65-65. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Don't leave regulation to its own devices. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(4), 221. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Managing conflicts of interest: who, and how? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(7), 427-427. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Professional Services Review: the audit process we have to have. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(1), 7-7. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Simple but effective interventions in diabetes care. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(4), 195-195. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Testosterone up A case of disease mongering? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(10), 611. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). The 4-hour rule: does lowering the temperature treat the system? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(2), 87. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). The MJA and Gawler: a case of self-censorship? Comment. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(10), 628. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). The need for data beyond primary diagnosis. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(11), 663-2-s2.0-84865442728. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). What does obesity mean for individual and population health? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(3), 151-151. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). What influences clinical decision making? Medical Journal of Australia, 197(3), 129. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). A new era: the continuing evolution of the MJA. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(4), 155-156.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Flying blind in the ICU after hours. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(6), 275.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Guidelines: lost in translation. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(8), 433-433. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). How far have we come in 30 years of IVF? Medical Journal of Australia, 195(10), 563-2-s2.0-84856074087. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Improved assessment needed for young doctors. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(7), 369. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Let's not admit defeat in fighting obesity. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(3), 107-107.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Reasonable practice is not defensive practice. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(5), 219.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Renovation and renewal. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(5), 245-245. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Research fraud--where to from here? Medical Journal of Australia, 194(12), 619-619.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Short-sightedness puts Australia at risk. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(9), 487-487. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A., Jorm, C. (2011). Solving the problems of practice-based education. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(4), 163-163.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Stroke--for poorer not richer. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(1), 3.
  • Katelaris, A., Harris, M. (2011). The profession calls for humane treatment of asylum seekers. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(6), 309-309. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Time to rethink end-of-life care. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(11), 563-563.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). What to study: matching funding to need. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(8), 379.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). What's the matter with UMAT? Medical Journal of Australia, 194(7), 330-330.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Why are prisoners dying after they're released? Medical Journal of Australia, 195(2), 59.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). �The Women in Surgery Committee was established to encourage and support all Trainees, but females in particular� � RACS Women in Surgery. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(9), 435.

2018

  • Bell, J., Bentley, J., Downie, C., Cairns, R., Buckley, N., Katelaris, A., Pearson, S., Nassar, N. (2018). Accidental pharmacological poisonings in young children: population-based study in three settings. Clinical Toxicology, 56(8), 782-789. [More Information]

2012

  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Beyond reporting: the MJA takes an active role in improving health care. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(2), 65-65. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Don't leave regulation to its own devices. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(4), 221. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Managing conflicts of interest: who, and how? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(7), 427-427. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Professional Services Review: the audit process we have to have. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(1), 7-7. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Simple but effective interventions in diabetes care. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(4), 195-195. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). Testosterone up A case of disease mongering? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(10), 611. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). The 4-hour rule: does lowering the temperature treat the system? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(2), 87. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). The MJA and Gawler: a case of self-censorship? Comment. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(10), 628. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). The need for data beyond primary diagnosis. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(11), 663-2-s2.0-84865442728. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). What does obesity mean for individual and population health? Medical Journal of Australia, 196(3), 151-151. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2012). What influences clinical decision making? Medical Journal of Australia, 197(3), 129. [More Information]

2011

  • Katelaris, A. (2011). A new era: the continuing evolution of the MJA. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(4), 155-156.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Flying blind in the ICU after hours. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(6), 275.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Guidelines: lost in translation. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(8), 433-433. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). How far have we come in 30 years of IVF? Medical Journal of Australia, 195(10), 563-2-s2.0-84856074087. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Improved assessment needed for young doctors. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(7), 369. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Let's not admit defeat in fighting obesity. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(3), 107-107.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Reasonable practice is not defensive practice. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(5), 219.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Renovation and renewal. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(5), 245-245. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Research fraud--where to from here? Medical Journal of Australia, 194(12), 619-619.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Short-sightedness puts Australia at risk. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(9), 487-487. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A., Jorm, C. (2011). Solving the problems of practice-based education. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(4), 163-163.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Stroke--for poorer not richer. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(1), 3.
  • Katelaris, A., Harris, M. (2011). The profession calls for humane treatment of asylum seekers. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(6), 309-309. [More Information]
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Time to rethink end-of-life care. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(11), 563-563.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). What to study: matching funding to need. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(8), 379.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). What's the matter with UMAT? Medical Journal of Australia, 194(7), 330-330.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). Why are prisoners dying after they're released? Medical Journal of Australia, 195(2), 59.
  • Katelaris, A. (2011). �The Women in Surgery Committee was established to encourage and support all Trainees, but females in particular� � RACS Women in Surgery. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(9), 435.

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