You are invited to participate in a project about chronic pain management in General Practice. This will involve a one-on-one interview with our GP researchers to share your experiences of managing patients with chronic pain including any challenges you have encountered, as well as your insights on what makes for good management of chronic pain in General Practice.
Participants will be partially compensated for the time taken for the interview with a payment of $150 plus GST. The interview will take a maximum of one hour and will occur at a time and place which is convenient to you.
The research is being conducted through the Division of General Practice at the School of Medicine at the University of Western Australia.
This study is supported by funds received from the RACGP Chris Silagy Scholarship Grant.
For further information about this study please contact Dr Lucy Gilkes at the University of Western Australia/University of Notre Dame on email@example.com
The University of Melbourne, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), Australian Association of Practice Management (AAPM), Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) and the VCS Foundation have undertaken a project for the Commonwealth Department of Health to understand how the primary healthcare workforce engages with the national cancer screening programs (bowel, breast and cervical).
Findings from this study have led to the development of communication materials to assist in boosting participation, education and engagement.
The current phase invites General Practitioners, practice managers and practice nurses to participate in a focus group discussion (via Zoom) to review and provide feedback on the developed communication materials. The focus group discussions will occur in early December 2020, with all participants receiving a $50 gift card for their time.
See more information here.
If you would like to find out more or are interested in participating, please email or call Kristi Milley, National Manager at the University of Melbourne, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0411873253
Curtin University School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science is looking for general practitioners to participate in a study looking at the role of physiotherapy services in treating the physical health of people with serious mental illness. In particular looking at referral patterns and the barriers to, and enablers of, access to physiotherapy services for these people.
Participate in a focus group interviews with colleagues or a one on one interview.
Each participant will receive $100
For more information click here, or email Eleanor Andrew
Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this study (HRE2020-0641).