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Jan-2012What's good and bad about contraceptive products? A best-worst attribute experiment comparing the values of women consumers and GPsKnox, SA; Viney, RC; Street, D; Haas, MR; Fiebig, DG; Weisberg, E; Bateson, D
1-Feb-2018What proportion of paediatric specialist referrals originates from general practitioners?Kunin, M; Turbitt, E; Gafforini, SA; Sanci, LA; Spike, NA; Freed, GL
1-Mar-2018General practitioner referrals to paediatric specialist outpatient clinics: Referral goals and parental influenceKunin, M; Turbitt, E; Gafforini, SA; Sanci, LA; Spike, NA; Freed, GL
1-Apr-2012Potential of pharmacists to help reduce the burden of poorly managed cardiovascular riskMcNamara, KP; Dunbar, JA; Philpot, B; Marriott, JL; Reddy, P; Janus, ED
23-May-2014Influenza vaccination during pregnancy: A qualitative study of the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and practices of general practitioners in Central and South-Western SydneyMaher, L; Dawson, A; Wiley, K; Hope, K; Torvaldsen, S; Lawrence, G; Conaty, S
1-Dec-2012Can GPs working in secure environments in England re-license using the Royal College of General Practitioners revalidation proposals?Coomber, J; Charlton, R; Thistlethwaite, JE; England, L
1-Jul-2011Cost-effectiveness of general practice care for low back pain: A systematic reviewLin, CWC; Haas, M; Maher, CG; MacHado, LAC; Van Tulder, MW
1-Oct-2018Supplier-induced demand for urgent after-hours primary care servicesLongden, T; Hall, J; van Gool, K
29-Nov-2010A GP caregiver needs toolkit versus usual care in the management of the needs of caregivers of patients with advanced cancer: A randomized controlled trialMitchell, G; Girgis, A; Jiwa, M; Sibbritt, D; Burridge, L
1-Mar-2019Cost-Effectiveness of Reclassifying Triptans in Australia: Application of an Economic Evaluation Approach to Regulatory DecisionsParkinson, B; Gumbie, M; Cutler, H; Gauld, N; Mumford, V; Haywood, P
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