Published Journal Articles
Ammi M, Fooken J, Klein J & Scott A. Does doctors’ personality differ from those of patients, the highly educated and other caring professions? An observational study using two nationally representative Australian surveys, BMJ Open,13:e069850
Harrap B, Taylor T, Russell G &Scott A. A randomised controlled trial of email versus mailed invitation letter in a national longitudinal survey of physicians. PLoS ONE 18(8): e0289628
Bradfield O M, Bismark M, Scott A & Spittal M. Medical negligence claims and the health and life satisfaction of Australian doctors: a prospective cohort analysis of the MABEL survey. BMJ Open, 12(5): e059447.
Bradfield O M, Bismark M, Scott A & Spittal M. Vocational and psychosocial predictors of medical
negligence claims among Australian doctors: a prospective cohort analysis of the MABEL survey. BMJ Open, 12:e055432.
Gordon J, Britt H, Miller GC, Henderson J, Scott A, & Harrison C. General Practice Statistics in Australia: Pushing a Round Peg into a Square Hole. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19 (4): 1912.
Scott A & Sivey P. Motivation and competition in health care. Health Economics. 31(8): 1695-1712.
Brown A, Enticott J & Russell G. How do Australian general practitioners spend their time? A cross-sectional analysis of Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) data examining ‘non-billable workload’. Australian Journal of General Practice, 50(9): 661-666.
Méndez SJ, Scott A & Zhang Y. Gender differences in physician decisions to adopt new prescription drugs. Social Science & Medicine, 227:113886.
McGrail MR and O'Sullivan B. Increasing doctors working in specific rural regions through selection from and training in the same region: National evidence from Australia. Human Resources for Health,19: 132.
Scott A, Bai T & Zhang Y. Association between telehealth use and general practitioner characteristics during COVID-19: findings from a nationally representative survey of Australian doctors. BMJ Open,11: e046857.
Swami M., & Scott A. Impact of rural workforce incentives on access to GP services in underserved areas: evidence from a natural experiment. Social Science & Medicine, 281, 114045
Lennon M, McGrail MR, O'Sullivan B, Tan A, Mok C, Suttie JJ & Preddy J. Understanding professional satisfaction of hospital trainees in Australia. Medical Education, 54 (5): 419-426.
O'Sullivan B and McGrail MR. Effective dimensions of rural undergraduate training and the value of training policies for encouraging rural work. Medical Education, 54 (4): 364-374.
McGrail MR and O'Sullivan B. Faculties to Support General Practitioners Working Rurally at Broader Scope: A National Cross-Sectional Study of Their Value. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(13): 4652.
Scott A, Holte JH. & Witt J. Preferences of physicians for public and private sector work. Human Resources for Health,18: 59.
Lennon M, O'Sullivan B, McGrail M, Russell D, Suttie J, & Preddy J. Attracting junior doctors to rural centres: A national study of work‐life conditions and satisfaction, The Australian Journal of Rural Health, 27 (6): 482-488.
McGrail M.R., O’Sullivan, B.G., Russell, D.J. Rural Work and Specialty Choices of International Students Graduating from Australian Medical Schools: Implications for Policy. International Journal of Enviromental Research and Public Health, 16: 5056.
McGrail M.R., O’Sullivan B.G, Bendotti H & Kondalsamy-Chennakesavan S. Importance of publishing research varies by doctors’career stage, specialty and location of work, Postgraduate Medical Journal, 95:198-204.
McIsaac, M., Scott, A. & Kalb, G. The role of financial factors in the mobility and location choices of General Practitioners in Australia. Human Resources for Health 17, 34 (2019).
O’Sullivan B, Russell D, McGrail M, Sampson M, Warrington A, Wallace G, Bentley M, Couch D. 2019. Factors related to rural general practitioners supervising general practice registrars in Australia: A national cross-sectional study. Australian Journal of General Practice, 48(1-2): January - February 2019.
O’Sullivan, B., Russell D.J., McGrail M.R. & Scott A. Reviewing reliance on overseas-trained doctors in rural Australia and planning for self-sufficiency: applying 10 years' MABEL evidence. Human Resources for Health 17, 8 (2019).
van der Pol M, Scott A & Irvine A. The migration of UK trained GPs to Australia: Does risk attitude matter? Health Policy, 123 (11): 1093-1099.
Zhang Y, Méndez S & Scott A. Factors affecting general practitioners’ decisions to adopt new prescription drugs – cohort analyses using Australian longitudinal physician survey data, BMC Health Services Research, 19: 94.
Cheng C, Kalb G & Scott A. Public, private or both? Analyzing factors influencing the labour supply of medical specialists. Canadian Journal of Economics, 51(2): 660–692.
Humphreys J & Wakerman J. How research evidence can inform policies to improve rural and remote medical workforce distribution. The Australian Journal of Rural Health, 26(5): 329-334.
Swami M, Gravelle H, Scott A & Williams J. Hours worked by general practitioners and waiting times for primary care. Health Economics, 27(10): 1513-1532.
Taylor T & Scott A. Do physicians prefer to complete online or mail surveys? Findings from a national longitudinal survey. Evaluation & the Health Professions, DOI: 10.1177/0163278718807744.
Yong J, Scott A, Gravelle H, Sivey P & McGrail M. Do rural incentives payments affect entries and exits of general practitioners? Social Science & Medicine, 214 :197-205.
Milner A, Witt K, Spittal MJ, Bismark M, Graham M & LaMontagne AD. 2017. The relationship between working conditions and self-rated health among medical doctors: evidence from seven waves of the Medicine in Australia Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) survey. BMC Health Services Research, 17(609).