Australian Family Physician
Australian Family Physician



Jennifer Reath

MBBS, MMed, FRACGP is the Peter Brennan Chair of General Practice, School of Medicine, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales

What do GPs need to work more effectively with Aboriginal patients? Views of Aboriginal cultural mentors and health workers

Cultural competence can increase over time as respectful attitudes are combined with interest and increasing knowledge of the patient’s cultural context. Cultural competence cannot be reduced to a...

‘It’s got to be another approach’: an Aboriginal Health Worker perspective on cardiovascular risk screening and education

In Aboriginal communities, Aboriginal Health Workers (AHWs) fulfil a variety of roles, depending on personal interests and the needs of the community. Unfortunately, a lack of understanding of the...

Evaluation of a sexually transmissible infections education program: Lessons for general practice learning

The incidence of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) in Australia continues to rise.1 Although public sexual health clinics provide un-referred services, most STI diagnosis and management...

Increasing GP supervisor research skills – enhancing clinical practice and teaching

GP supervisors are well placed to contribute to increasing high-quality primary care research for several reasons. Good teachers promote intellectual rigour in their discipline and contribute to...

Practice nurses and sexual health care Enhancing team care within general practice

General practice is well placed to access at-risk patients11 and acceptability to patients of general practice-based sexual health care is high.12,13 Public sexual health clinics are valuable, but...


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