Do research papers and different research models confuse you? Do you struggle to understand research in general practice? Have you wondered why and when different research methods are used? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in the right place! Dr Louise Stone shares her wisdom about research during this webinar excerpt to GP registrars in a very understandable way, using practical examples to gain insight into the when, where, why and how of research in General Practice.

Dr Stone is a GP with a clinical, research, teaching and policy interest in mental health and doctors’ health. 

Dr Stone has worked in rural and urban Australia, and currently practices in Canberra, where she is also an Associate Professor at the Academic Unit of General Practice at ANU. She is also the rural and remote professional lead for the Masters of Psychiatric Medicine at NSW Health.

We hope you enjoy listening to her speak about Research:

If you’d like to read further, consider reviewing the following resources:

Consumers Guide to Clinical Trials (Everyday Health)

Interpreting evidence in general practice: Bias and conflicts of interest (AJGP 2018)

Understanding Clinical Trial and Research(Cancer Council)

Clinical Research for Beginners