Discrete choice experiment was conducted to measure the impact of contextual factors on antibiotic prescribing of GP registrars. Survey was mailed to GP registrars undergoing training through GP Synergy. Conditional logistic regression analysis was conducted to assess impact of attributes on choice of scenario.

UQ Researchers

Dr Greg Merlo

Dr Greg Merlo

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Primary Care Clinical Unit

Emeritus Professor Mieke Van Driel

Emeritus Professor
Primary Care Clinical Unit

Associate Professor Lisa Hall

Associate Professor in Epidemiology
School of Public Health

Collaborators

Conjoint Professor Parker Magin
School of Medicine and Public Health (General Practice)
The University of Newcastle
NSW, Australia

Research and Evaluation Unit
GP Synergy, Mayfield, NSW


Amanda Tapley
Conjoint Fellow
School of Medicine and Public Health (General Practice)
The University of Newcastle, NSW

Research and Evaluation Unit
GP Synergy, Mayfield, NSW


Conjoint Professor Joshua Davis
School of Medicine and Public Health (General Practice)
The University of Newcastle
NSW, Australia


Dr Anthea Dallas
Academic Lead
The University of Tasmania
Tas, Australia


Dr Andrew Davey
Conjoint Lecturer
School of Medicine and Public Health (General Practice)
The University of Newcastle, NSW

Research and Evaluation Unit
GP Synergy, Mayfield, NSW


Ms Katie Mulquiney 
School of Medicine and Public Health (General Practice)
The University of Newcastle, NSW

Research and Evaluation Unit
GP Synergy, Mayfield, NSW