South Australia


Explore South Australian universities where you can apply for an academic post.

South Australia


Explore South Australian universities where you can apply for an academic post.

Last updated 5 March 2024

South Australia

Connect with an academic general practice supervisor from a university department of general practice or rural clinical school. 

Explore the South Australian universities hosting academic post registrars below.

University address: Health Sciences Building Level 3, Registry Road, Bedford Park, South Australia

Head of Department: Professor Richard Reed

Key Academic Post contact: Dr Elaine Leung

Name and contact details: Elaine.leung@flinders.edu.au

Potential supervisors: Dr Elaine Leung

Area of research interest/activities/expertise or opportunities for Academic Post projects: Emphasis on woman’s health especially endometriosis models of care and medical student well-being.

Teaching opportunities: Assist in teaching in second and third year of four-year post graduate curriculum - both lectures and small group workshops.

Link to department website: https://sites.flinders.edu.au/gp-research-network/

Bedford park campus
University of Adelaide campus

University address: Level 8, 115 Grenfell St, Adelaide 5005

Head of Department: Prof Nigel Stocks

Key Academic Post contact: Prof Nigel Stocks

Name and contact details: nigel.stocks@adelaide.edu.au
08 83133462
0424 260 394

Potential supervisors: Prof Nigel Stocks
A/Prof Lawrie McArthur
A/Prof David Gonzalez

Area of research interest/activities/expertise or opportunities for Academic Post projects: Qualitative and quantitative studies concerning general practice, including RCT’s, cohort and observational studies, systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Our main interests are chronic disease management, quality use of medicines, infectious disease management and surveillance, prevention and quality of life with an emphasis on clinical and health services research. We have access to a large – MedicineInsight database of general practice medical records and have published over 25 papers related to aspects of care. Our registrars have used this resource and produce publishable results. We also have an interest in medical education research and are happy to foster any registrar’s particular research interest.

Teaching opportunities: Case based learning and clinical tutoring in years 1-3. Development of teaching resources for medical student placements in years 3-6. Student seminars in year 5. OSCE and MCQ writing and experience for years 4 and 5.

Link to department website: https://health.adelaide.edu.au/medicine/disciplines/general-practice