Australian Family Physician
Australian Family Physician



Parker Magin

Identification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status by general practice registrars: Confidence and associations

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to have significantly worse health outcomes when compared with non-Indigenous Australians.1 This includes higher rates of chronic and...

More than meets the (painful red) eye

CaseA man aged 49 years presented to a general practice facility with a painful red right eye and associated photophobia and epiphora.On examination, unaided visual acuity was 6/12 and 6/24 on the...

Responding to registrars’ in-consultation calls for assistance: Practical implications from the ReCeNT project

General practice supervisors oversee general practice registrars1 as they work and learn in practice.2 During consultations, registrars are expected to identify and address gaps in their knowledge...

Test result audit and feedback (TRAFk) as a supervision method for rational test ordering in general practice training

The use of pathology and imaging tests is increasing worldwide.1 In Australia, the majority of testing occurs in primary care.2 While some of this increased testing is appropriate, reflecting...

The Registrars’ Clinical Encounters in Training (ReCEnT) project: educational and research aspects of documenting general practice trainees’ clinical experience

General practice vocational training in many countries, including Australia, operates in an apprenticeship-based model. Most of the teaching and learning occurs in the practice environment with the...


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