Infection control in general practice waiting room: a qualitative study

This research presentation was delivered by Dr Fadzeela Sood at the RACGP Annual Conference (GP18) in the Gold Coast, on 12 October 2018.

Sood F, Tam CWM. Infection control in general practice waiting room: a qualitative study. RACGP Annual Conference (GP18), Gold Coast Conference and Exhibition Centre. 2018 October 12.

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How we (mis)conceptualise p-values (and what we can do about it)

This research presentation was given at the RACGP Annual Conference (GP18) in the Gold Coast, on 11 October 2018.

Tam CWM, Khan A, Knight A, Rhee J, Price K, McLean K. How we (mis)conceptualise p-values (and what we can do about it). RACGP Annual Conference (GP18), Gold Coast Conference and Exhibition Centre. 2018 October 11.

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How doctors conceptualise P values: A mixed methods study

This paper on our study of how doctors (mis)conceptualised p-values was published in the October 2018 issue Australian Journal of General Practice. (PDF)

Tam CWM, Khan A, Knight A, Rhee J, McLean K, Price K. How doctors conceptualise P values. Australian Journal of General Practice 2018 09/26;47:705-10.
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How to ensure your research follows ethical principles

Our book chapter, “How to ensure your research follows ethical principles” was published in the first edition of “How To Do Primary Care Research”, a book endorsed by WONCA (World Organization of Family Doctors), and edited by Felicity Goodyear-Smith and Robert Mash. (URL)

Barton C, Hall S, Abbott P, Tam CWM, Lyons A, Liaw ST. How to ensure your research follows ethical principles. In: Goodyear-Smith F, Mash R, editors. How to Do Primary Care Research: Taylor & Francis, 2018.