About Michael Tam

Michael Tam is a Staff Specialist in General Practice at the Academic General Practice Unit in Fairfield Hospital, located in South Western Sydney. He is a Conjoint Senior Lecturer in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia. His clinical interest is in comorbid substance use disorder and mental health disorders. His research interests are in the detection of at-risk drinking in the primary care setting, and in e-learning in medical education.

Into Pathways: A preview of the HIT2 Evaluation

This poster was presented by Mr Ben Neville on behalf of the HIT2 evaluation team, at the 1st Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care, Brisbane Australia, 6-8 November 2017. (PDF)

McDougall A, Tam M, Gonzalez-Arce VE, Chow J, Neville B. Into pathways: a preview of the HIT2 evaluation [poster]. Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care, Brisbane, Australia. 6-8 November 2017.

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General practitioner follow-up in older people after an emergency department admission

I presented this research paper at GP17, the annual conference of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, International Conference Centre, Sydney, 26-28 August 2017. (PDF – abstract, PPT).

Watson B, Tam CWM, Pellizzon B, Ban L, Doan H. General practitioner follow-up in older people after an emergency department admission. GP17 RACGP Annual Conference, Sydney. 26-28 August 2017.

YouTube video presentation

Paper published in AFP: http://vitualis.com/?p=2047

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GP research for GPs @ GPDU

This oral presentation of a “pitch paper” was given at the 2017 GPTEC (General Practice Training and Education Conference), ICC Sydney, 16-17 August 2017. (presentation; abstract)

Tam CWM, Khan A, Knight A, Rhee J, Price K, Leeuwenburg T, McLean K, Higgins N. GP research for GPs @ GPDU. GPTEC (General Practice Training and Education Conference), ICC Sydney, 16-17 August 2017 Continue reading