Chun Wah Michael Tam
Chun Wah Michael Tam
Staff Specialist in General Practice and Conjoint Senior Lecturer, UNSW Sydney
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Australian general practitioner perceptions of the detection and screening of at-risk drinking, and the role of the AUDIT-C: a qualitative study
CWM Tam, N Zwar, R Markham
BMC family practice 14 (1), 1-8, 2013
372013
Available, intuitive and free! Building e-learning modules using web 2.0 services
CWM Tam, A Eastwood
Medical Teacher 34 (12), 1078-1080, 2012
242012
Alcohol enquiry by GPs-Understanding patients' perspectives: a qualitative study
CWM Tam, L Leong, N Zwar, C Hespe
Australian family physician 44 (11), 833-838, 2015
202015
Ethical considerations in recruiting primary care patients to research studies
C Barton, CWM Tam, P Abbott, ST Liaw
Australian family physician 45 (3), 144-148, 2016
132016
The informatics capability maturity of integrated primary care centres in Australia
ST Liaw, R Kearns, J Taggart, O Frank, R Lane, M Tam, S Dennis, ...
International Journal of Medical Informatics 105, 89-97, 2017
112017
Ethical research or research ethics?
ST Liaw, CWM Tam
Australian family physician 44 (7), 522-523, 2015
102015
Alcohol screening and brief interventions in primary care-evidence and a pragmatic practice-based approach
CWM Tam, A Knight, ST Liaw
Australian family physician 45 (10), 767-770, 2016
92016
Consultation contexts and the acceptability of alcohol enquiry from general practitioners-a survey experiment
MCW Tam, LHL Leong, N Zwar, C Hespe
Australian family physician 44 (7), 490-496, 2015
82015
Let's listen to patients' and GPs' perspectives on alcohol-screening research
CWM Tam, LHL Leong, N Zwar
Australian family physician 44 (6), 427-428, 2015
72015
Can research that is not intended or unlikely to be published be considered ethical?
C Barton, CWM Tam, P Abbot, S Hall, ST Liaw
Australian Family Physician 46 (6), 442-4, 2017
62017
HealthPathways implementation on type 2 diabetes: a programmatic evaluation (HIT2 evaluation)
JSF Chow, VE Gonzalez-Arce, CWM Tam, B Neville, A McDougall
Journal of Integrated Care, 2019
52019
Research ethics and approval process: a guide for new GP researchers
ST Liaw, CWM Tam
Australian family physician 44 (6), 419-422, 2015
52015
How doctors conceptualise'P'values: A mixed methods study
CWM Tam, AH Khan, A Knight, J Rhee, K Price, K McLean
Australian journal of general practice 47 (10), 705-710, 2018
42018
General practitioner follow-up in older patients after an emergency department admission
B Watson, CWM Tam, B Pellizzon, L Ban, H Doan
Australian Family Physician 46 (7), 521-526, 2017
32017
Patient beliefs and attitudes towards the acceptability of receiving alcohol use enquiry from general practitioners: A literature review
L Leong, CWM Tam
PeerJ PrePrints, 2014
32014
The role of older patients’ goals in GP decision-making about medicines: a qualitative study
KR Weir, V Naganathan, SM Carter, CWM Tam, K McCaffery, C Bonner, ...
BMC Family Practice 22 (1), 1-12, 2021
22021
Creating a successful health pathway to support the integration of patient care
JSF Chow, VE Gonzalez-Arce, CWM Tam, K Warner, N Maurya, ...
Journal of Integrated Care, 2019
12019
Infection control in general practice waiting room: a qualitative study.
F Sood, CWM Tam
RACGP Annual Conference (GP18), Gold Coast Conference and Exhibition Centre 12, 2018
12018
‘Every medicine is part poison’: a qualitative inquiry into the perceptions and experiences of choosing contraceptive methods of migrant Chinese women living in Australia
H Dolan, M Li, D Bateson, R Thompson, CWM Tam, C Bonner, L Trevena
BMC women's health 21 (1), 1-13, 2021
2021
Patient and clinician perspectives of factors that influence the delivery of alcohol brief interventions in Australian primary care: a qualitative descriptive study
E Sturgiss, T Lam, G Russell, L Ball, N Gunatillaka, C Barton, CWM Tam, ...
Family Practice 1, 7, 2021
2021
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