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Can brief training for GP registrars and their supervisors reduce benzodiazepine prescribing?

May, 2019

Simon Holliday(1,2), Michael Nicholas(3), Irena Patsan(2,4), Amanda Tapley(2,4), Debbie Quain(2,4), Parker Magin(2,4) (1) Albert St Medical Centre, Taree NSW. (2) School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle. NSW. Australia. (3) University of Sydney, Pain Management & Research Institute, Sydney, NSW. (4) GP Synergy Regional Training Organisation, NSW.

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Unlearning iatrogenesis: an evaluation of brief training for general practitioners in facilitating active self-management for patients with chronic pain.

May, 2019

Simon Holliday(1), Chris Hayes(1), Lester Jones(2), Catherine Fraser(3), Jill Gordon(4), Newman Harris(5), Michael Nicholas(5), Carl Holder(6), Christopher Oldmeadow(6), Parker Magin(1,7). (1) School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle. NSW. Australia. (2) Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore and La Trobe University, Vic. (3) No institutional affiliations. (4) Avondale College, NSW, Australia (5) University of Sydney, Pain Management & Research Institute, Sydney, NSW, Australia. (6) Hunter Medical Research Institute, Newcastle, NSW, Australia. (7) GP Synergy Regional Training Organisation, NSW, Australia.

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Translating brain and pain science through brief GP education: The Time Efficient Management of Pain in the Office (TEMPO) road-trip

May, 2019

Simon Holliday(1), Chris Hayes(1), Lester Jones(2), Catherine Fraser(3), Jill Gordon(4), Newman Harris(5), Michael Nicholas(5) (1) School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle. NSW. Australia. (2) Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore and La Trobe University, Vic. (3) No institutional affiliations. (4) Avondale College, NSW, Australia (5) University of Sydney, Pain Management & Research Institute, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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Muscculoskeletal

September, 2018

Holliday S. Ben has chronic flank pain: Case 4. Check. 2018;553 (September):25-9

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Prescribing wellness: comprehensive pain management outside specialist services

June, 2018

Author/s: Simon M Holliday Staff specialist,(1), General Practitioner,(2); Chris Hayes Specialist pain medicine physician(3): Lester Jones Pain education and PhD candidate (4); Jill Gordon Associate professor in medical education (retired)(5) , General practitioner (6); Newman Harris Consultant psychiatrist and Specialist pain medicine physician (7), Clinical senior lecturer (8); Michael Nicholas Clinical psychologist (7), Professor and Director, Pain Education Unit (8) (1) Drug and Alcohol Clinical Services Hunter New England Local Health District, Newcastle NSW. (2) Albert St Medical Centre Taree, NSW (3) Hunter Integrated Pain Service, John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, NSW (4) Discipline of Physiotherapy, Judith Lumley Centre, La Trobe University, Melbourne (5) University of Sydney (6) Lindfield, NSW (7) Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney (8) Pain Management Research Institute, Northern Clinical School, University of Sydney     Source: Australian Prescriber VOLUME 41: NUMBER 3: June 2018

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Letters : Death due to intravenous use of α-pyrrolidinopentiophenone

June, 2017

Author/s: Simon M Holliday BMed, FAChAM, FRACGP 1,2; Huy A Tran FRACP, FRCPA, MD 3 1 Albert Street Medical Centre, Taree, NSW. 2 Drug and Alcohol Clinical Services, Hunter New England Local Health District, Taree, NSW. 3 Pathology North (Hunter), NSW Health Pathology, Newcastle, NSW Source: MJA 202 (11) - 15 June 2015

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Letters to the Editor : Chronic non-cancer pain

June, 2017

Author/s: Dr Simon Holliday Source: Australian Prescriber Volume 37 : Number 2 : April 2014

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Does brief chronic pain management education change opioid prescribing rates? A pragmatic trial in Australian early-career general practitioners.

June, 2017

Author/s: Simon Mark Holliday a,b; Chris Hayes c; Adrian J. Dunlop a,b; Simon Morgan d; Amanda Tapley a,e; Kim M. Henderson a,e; Mieke L. van Driel f; Elizabeth G. Holliday g; Jean I. Ball h; Andrew Davey a; Neil Allan Spike i,j; Lawrence Andrew McArthur k; Parker John Magin a,e Source: PAIN: The International Association for the Study of Pain 2017.

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The pattern of anxiolytic and hypnotic management by Australian general practice trainees

June, 2017

SIMON M. HOLLIDAY 1,2, SIMONMORGAN 3, AMANDA TAPLEY 3, KIM M. HENDERSON 3, ADRIAN J. DUNLOP 1,2, MIEKEL. VAN DRIEL 4, NEILA.SPIKE 5,6, LAWRENCEA. McARTHUR 7, JEAN BALL 8, CHRISTOPHER J. OLDMEADOW 8 & PARKER J. MAGIN 1,3 1 School of Medicine and Public Health, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia, 2 Drug and Alcohol Clinical Services, Hunter New England Local Health District, Newcastle, Australia, 3 General Practice Training Valley to Coast, Newcastle, Australia, 4 Discipline of General Practice, School of Medicine, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Department of General Practice, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 6 VMA General Practice Training, Melbourne, Australia, 7 Adelaide to Outback GP Training, Adelaide, Australia, and 8 Clinical Research Design, Information Technology and Statistical Support, Hunter Medical Research Institute, Newcastle, Australia Source: Drug and Alcohol Review (2016) DOI: 10.1111/dar.12404

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The Pattern of Opioid Management by Australian General Practice Trainees

June, 2017

Author/s: Simon Holliday, BMed, FAChAM, FRACGP, FACRRM,; Simon Morgan, MPH&TM, FRACGP,; Amanda Tapley, Biomedical Science(Hons),; Adrian Dunlop, PhD, FAChAM,; Kim Henderson, BNurs, Grad Dip. Health Soc.Sci.,; Mieke van Driel, PhD, FRACGP,; Neil Spike, MBBS, FRACGP, Lawrie McArthur, MBBS, FRACGP,; Jean Ball, BMath, Grad Dip Med Stat,; Chris Oldmeadow, PhD, BMathematics(Honours),; and Parker Magin, PhD, FRACGP Source: Pain Medicine 2015; 16:1720-1731 Wiley Periodicals. Inc.

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