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Research Opportunity: GPData 2.0 Building public confidence in the secondary use of general practice data for research

The University of Wollongong invites you to be a catalyst of change by sharing your invaluable insights in the use of general practice records for research.

We are seeking passionate GPs from across Australia to join a select group shaping the future of healthcare.

Participation in this research is tailored to your expertise and interest in data sharing, we offer two distinctive opportunities for your involvement. A one-to-one interview with a researcher or engage in a modified Delphi survey.

Selected GPs will take part in a 60 minute one-to-one online interview via Zoom to engage in a meaningful discussion about your perspectives on sharing general practice data for research, all while considering the perspectives of the public.

Contact the UOW research team and join in shaping the future of general practice research. Contact: Dr Heidi Green hgreen@uow.edu.au

View the Recruitment Invitation and Participant Information Statement for further information.

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