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2005Co-morbidity in general practice.Saltman, Deborah; Sayer, G. P.; Whicker, S. D.; Central Clinical School: General PracticeCo-morbidity in general practice., Postgraduate medical journal, vol.81,(957),2005,pp 474-480
2006Dosing frequencies in general practice - Whose decision and why?Saltman, Deborah; O'dea, Natalie; Sayer, G. P.; Central Clinical School: General PracticeDosing frequencies in general practice - Whose decision and why?, Australian Family Physician, vol.35,(11),2006,pp 915-919
2006General practitioners' use of computers for prescribing and electronic health records: results from a national survey.Kidd, Michael; Saltman, Deborah; McInnes, D. Keith; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General PracticeGeneral practitioners' use of computers for prescribing and electronic health records: results from a national survey., Medical Journal of Australia 2005, vol.185,(2),2006,pp 88-91
2007Groups or teams in health care: finding the best fitKidd, Michael; Saltman, Deborah; Farmer, Jane; O'dea, Natalie; Rosen, Gaye; Veitch, Craig; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General PracticeGroups or teams in health care: finding the best fit, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, vol.13,(1),2007,pp 55-60
2010HIV generations? Generational discourse in interviews with Australian general practitioners and their HIV positive gay male patientsKidd, Michael; Saltman, Deborah; Canavan, Peter; Kippax, Susan C.; Mao, Limin; Newman, Christy E; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General PracticeHIV generations? Generational discourse in interviews with Australian general practitioners and their HIV positive gay male patients, Social Science & Medicine, vol.70, 11,pp 1721-1727
2006The Threats to Australian Patient Safety (TAPS) study: incidence of reported errors in general practice.Bridges-Webb, Charles; Cooper, Christopher; Kidd, Michael; Makeham, Meredith; Mira, Michael; Saltman, Deborah; Stromer, Simone; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Clinical SchoolsThe Threats to Australian Patient Safety (TAPS) study: incidence of reported errors in general practice., Medical Journal of Australia 2005, vol.185,(2),2006,pp 95-98