GPs' use of non-drug interventions in primary care: a semi-structured interview and co-design pro
We are a team of researchers at the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare at Bond University. In collaboration with RACGP, we are conducting a program of research to optimise the use of non-drug interventions in primary care, including designing an effective platform for prescribing non-drug interventions.
Our team at the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare at Bond University invites you, as a practicing GP in Australia, to participate in a qualitative, semi-structured interview about GP’s barriers and facilitators to using non-drug interventions (NDIs) and the RACGP Handbook of Non-Drug Interventions (HANDI).
It is anticipated that the data collected during this study will assist us in understanding the enablers and barriers to the use of non-drug interventions and HANDI in general practice and assist us to develop a prototype HANDI e-board for prescribing in general practice. Your participation in this study will enhance work towards optimise the use of non-drug interventions in primary care. This research has been approved by Bond University Human Research Ethics Committee.
We expect the interview to take 30-45 minutes, and can be conducted face-to-face at Bond University or virtually. If you are interested in participating in this, please contact Caroline Dowsett email@example.com.
If you have any questions regarding the study, don’t hesitate to contact Dr Loai Albarqouni at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!