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Australian Journal of Primary Health

Recent research papers from the Australian Journal of Primary Health
Australian Journal of Primary Health
  1. General health, wellbeing and oral health of patients older than 75 years attending health assessments
    Dominic Keuskamp, Najith Amarasena, Madhan Balasubramanian, David S. Brennan
  2. Systems levers for commissioning primary mental healthcare: a rapid review
    Carla Meurk, Meredith Harris, Eryn Wright, Nicola Reavley, Roman Scheurer, Bridget Bassilios, Caroline Salom, Jane Pirkis
  3. Selecting a location for a primary healthcare facility: combining a mathematical approach with a Geographic Information System to rank areas of relative need
    Yevgeni Dudko, Dennis E. Robey, Estie Kruger, Marc Tennant
  4. Transition to adult care for Aboriginal children with rheumatic fever: a review informed by a focussed ethnography in northern Australia
    Alice G. Mitchell, Suzanne Belton, Vanessa Johnston, Anna P. Ralph
  5. Maternal gestational weight gain during pregnancy: prioritising the conversation
    Ruth Walker, Danielle Mazza, Michelle Blumfield, Christie Bennett, Helen Truby
  6. Influence of the social determinants of health on access to healthcare services among refugees in Australia
    Jessica Taylor, Greer Lamaro Haintz
  7. Reconceptualising community participation in primary health
    Amanda Kenny, Nerida Hyett, Virginia Dickson-Swift - Volume 23(6)
  8. Health seeking narratives of unwell Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Melbourne Australia
    Sophia Samuel, Jenny Advocat, Grant Russell
  9. ‘Lost and confused’: parent representative groups’ perspectives on child and family health services in Australia
    Amiee Hesson, Cathrine Fowler, Chris Rossiter, Virginia Schmied - Volume 23(6)
  10. Multiple health conditions and barriers to healthcare among older Australians: prevalence, reasons and types of barriers
    Jeromey B. Temple, Ruth Williams
  11. Hospital admissions and emergency department presentations for dental conditions indicate access to hospital, rather than poor access to dental health care in the community
    Matthew Yap, Mei-Ruu Kok, Soniya Nanda, Alistair Vickery, David Whyatt
  12. From micro to macro: assessing implementation of integrated care in Australia
    Lisa Angus, Pim P. Valentijn
  13. ‘Falls not a priority’: insights on discharging older people, admitted to hospital for a fall, back to the community
    Claudia Meyer, Emma Renehan, Frances Batchelor, Catherine Said, Terry Haines, Rohan Elliott, Dianne Goeman
  14. General practice utilisation of Medicare Benefits Schedule items to support the care of older patients: findings from the REDIRECT study
    Lyle R. Turner, Christopher Pearce, Bianca Brijnath, Colette Browning, Judy Lowthian, Marianne Shearer, Danielle Mazza
  15. From organisations to people: improving the prevention and management of long-term conditions in Australian primary health care
    Sarah Dennis - Volume 23(5)
  16. Putting urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander food insecurity on the agenda
    Leigh Bramwell, Wendy Foley, Tanya Shaw - Volume 23(5)
  17. Case conferencing for palliative care patients – a survey of South Australian general practitioners
    Timothy H. M. To, Paul Tait, Deidre D. Morgan, Jennifer J. Tieman, Gregory Crawford, Alexandra Michelmore, David C. Currow, Kate Swetenham - Volume 23(5)
  18. Perceptions of barriers to the management of respiratory tract infections in general practice settings in Australia
    Stephanie Fletcher-Lartey, Rabia Khan - Volume 23(5)
  19. Review of patient-reported experience within Patient-Centered Medical Homes: insights for Australian Health Care Homes
    Mary O'Loughlin, Jane Mills, Robyn McDermott, Linton Harriss - Volume 23(5)
  20. Not just tea and biscuits; the Gold Coast Primary Health Network process of designing, implementing and operating a Community Advisory Council
    Jessica McClean, Kellie Trigger - Volume 23(6)

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