Dissemination

Publications

Conference presentations / Webinars

2016

  1. Gunatillaka N, Lewis V, Russell G, Advocat J, Cheng I, Harris M,  Enticott J, Hogg W, Pottie K, Meadows G, Teede H. The OPTIMISE Partnership: a  protocol for improving accessibility, quality and coordination of primary  health care for refugees in Australia. North American Primary Care Research  Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting 2016. Colorado Springs: Colorado. 12-16 November  2016 (poster)
  2. Gunatillaka N, Cheng I, Advocat J, Teede H, Pottie K, Hogg W, Meadows G,  Enticott J, Lewis V, Harris M, Russell G. The OPTIMISE Partnership: improving  accessibility, quality and coordination of primary health acre for refugees in  Australia. Primary  Health Care Research Conference (PHCRIS). National Convention Centre, Canberra.  8-9 June 2016. (Poster)

2017

  1. Vasi  S, Marsh G, Song H, Lewis V, Harris M, Casey S, Smith M, Gunatillaka N, Russell  G. Collaborative improvement of primary health care for people of refugee  backgrounds in Australia. Primary  Health Care Research Conference (PHCRIS). Pullman Brisbane King George Square,  Brisbane. 7-9 August 2017. (Paper)

2018

  1. Russell G, Gunatillaka N, Harris M, Lewis V, Song H, Marsh G, Vasi S, Cheng I, Advocat J, Enticott J, Meadows G, Hogg W, Pottie K, Teede H. The OPTIMISE Partnership: improving accessibility, quality and coordination of primary health care for refugees in Australia. 4th International Health Care Reform Conference. Intercontinental Double Bay, Sydney: NSW 21-23 March 2018.(Paper)
  2. Russell G, on behalf of the OPTIMISE Partnership Team. Can a practice facilitation intervention improve primary care delivery to refugees in Australia? Early findings from the OPTIMISE project.  Oral presentation to the Society of Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting. London July 2018 (Paper)

2019

  1. Russell G, Gunatillaka N, Lewis V, Cheng I, Enticott J, Marsh G, Vasi S, Advocat J, Song H, Saito S, Casey S, Smith M,  Harris M. The OPTIMISE project: protocol for a mixed methods, pragmatic, quasi-experimental trial to improve primary care delivery to refugees in Australia. BMC Health Serv Res. 2019;19 (1):396. click here
  2. Vasi S, Whitelaw A, Shergill S, Guilbert-Savary C, Cheng I, Russell G, Improving access to refugee focused health services for people of refugee-like background in South Eastern Melbourne, Australasian Association for Academic Primary Care (AAAPC) Annual Research Conference, University of Adelaide, South Australia, 12-13 July 2019