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General practice research: Training and capacity building
Australian family physician
  • Parker J Magin, University of Newcastle
  • Marie Pirotta, University of Melbourne
  • Emily Farrell, Bond University
  • Mieke van Driel, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2010
Document Type
Journal Article
Publication Details

Published version

Magin, P. J., Pirotta, M., Farrell, E. & van Driel, M. L. (2010). General practice research: Training and capacity building. Australian Family Physician, 39(5), 265-266.

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© Copyright The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 2010

Abstract

The Lancet in 1999 suggested that ‘neglect of research has made primary care one of the most intellectually underdeveloped disciplines in medicine’ and later labelled general practice research ‘a lost cause’. According to the Medical Journal of Australia, this underdevelopment ‘stems from a lack of research culture, a heavy service commitment and the late arrival of academic GPs’.

Citation Information
Parker J Magin, Marie Pirotta, Emily Farrell and Mieke van Driel. "General practice research: Training and capacity building" Australian family physician Vol. 39 Iss. 5 (2010) p. 265 - 266
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mieke_van_driel/5/