Journal Article Submissions
Holte J, Witt J, Scott A & Sivey P. Pro-social Motivation and Public Sector Work: Evidence from MABEL.
McIsaac M, Scott A & Kalb G. Location choice and mobility of General Practitioners.
Méndez S. Competition in the market for specialists
Méndez S. Gender differences in physician decisions to adopt new prescription drugs.
Scott A, Yong J, Sivey P, Gravelle H, McGrail M. The impact of changes in rural incentive scheme eligibility on GP mobility.
Swami M & Williams J. The impact of changes in hours worked on waiting times.
Zhang Y, Méndez S & Scott A. Factors Affecting General Practitioners' Decisions to Adopt New Prescription Drugs.
Published Journal Articles
Broadway B, Kalb G, Li J & Scott A. 2017. Do Financial Incentives Influence GPs' Decisions to Do After-hours Work? A Discrete Choice Labour Supply Model. Health Economics, 26(12): e52-e66.
Kalb G, Kuehnle D, Scott A, Cheng TC & Jeon S-H. 2017. What factors affect physicians' labour supply: Comparing structural discrete choice and reduced-form approaches. Health Economics, 27(2): e101-e119.
McGrail MR, O'Sullivan BG, Russell DJ. 2017. Family effects on the rurality of GP’s work location: A longitudinal panel study. Human Resources for Health, 15:75.
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).
O’Sullivan BG, McGrail MR, Russell D. 2017. Rural specialists: The nature of their work and professional satisfaction by geographic location of work. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 25(6): 338-346.
O’Sullivan B, McGrail M & Stoelwinder J. 2017. Reasons why specialist doctors undertake rural outreach services: an Australian cross-sectional study. Human Resources for Health, 15:3.
O'Sullivan B, McGrail MR & Stoelwinder J. 2017. Specialist outreach services in regional and remote Australia: Key drivers and policy implications. Medical Journal of Australia, 207(3): 98-99.
Russell D, McGrail MR & Humphreys JS. 2017. Determinants of rural Australian primary health care worker retention: A synthesis of key evidence and implications for policymaking. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 25(1): 5-14.
Walters L, McGrail M, Carson D, Russell D, O'Sullivan B, Strasser R, Hays R, Kamien M. 2017. Where to next for rural general practice policy and research in Australia? Medical Journal of Australia, 207(2): 56-8.
Gravelle H, Scott A, Sivey P, & Yong J. 2016. Competition, prices and quality in the market for physician consultations. Journal of Industrial Economics, 64(1): 135-169.
McGrail M & Russell D. 2016. Australia's rural medical workforce: Supply from its medical schools against career stage, gender and rural-origin. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 25(5): 298-305.
McGrail MR, Russell D & Campbell D. 2016. Vocational training of General Practitioners in rural locations is critical for Australian rural medical workforce supply. Medical Journal of Australia, 205(5): 206-221.
O'Sullivan BG, McGrail M & Stoelwinder J. 2016. Subsidies to target specialist outreach services into more remote locations: a national cross-sectional study. Australian Health Review, 41(3): 344-350.
Russell DJ & McGrail MR. 2016. How does the workload and work activities of procedural GPs compare to non-procedural GPs? Australian Journal of Rural Health, 25(4): 219-226.
Schurer S, Kuehnle D, Scott A & Cheng TC. 2016. A man's blessing or a woman's curse? The family-earnings gap of doctors. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 55(3): 385-414.
Cheng TC, Powdthavee N & Oswald AJ. 2015. Longitudinal evidence for a midlife nadir in human beings: Results from four data sets. The Economic Journal, DOI: 10.1111/ecoj.12256.
Cheng TC & Trivedi P. 2015. Attrition bias in panel data: A sheep in wolf's clothing? A case study based on the MABEL survey. Health Economics, 24(9): 1101-1117.
Joyce C, Eyre H, Wang WC & Laurence C. 2015. Australian doctors' non-clinical activities: results from the Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) survey of doctors. Australian Health Review, 39(5): 588-594.
Joyce C & Wang WC. 2015. Job satisfaction among Australian doctors: the use of latent class analysis. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 20(4): 224-230.
Joyce CM, Wang WC & Cheng TC. 2015. Changes in doctors' working hours: A longitudinal analysis. Medical Care Research and Review, 72(5): 605-621.
Joyce C, Wang WC & McDonald H. 2015. Retirement patterns of Australian doctors aged 65 years and older. Australian Health Review, 39(5:) 582-587.
McGrail MR & Humphreys JS. 2015. Geographical mobility of general practitioners in rural Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 203(2): 92-96.
McIsaac M, Scott A & Kalb G. 2015. The supply of General Practitioners across local areas: Accounting for spatial heterogeneity. BMC Health Services Research, 15:450.
O'Sullivan BG, Joyce C & McGrail M. 2015. Service distribution and models of rural outreach by specialist doctors in Australia: A national cross-sectional study. Australian Health Review, doi: 10.1071/AH15100.
O'Sullivan BG, Stoelwinder J & McGrail M. 2015. The stability of rural outreach services: a national longitudinal study of specialist doctors. Medical Journal of Australia, 203(7): 297.
Vaswani N, Eyre H, Wang W & Joyce C. 2015. Characteristics of doctors transitioning to a non-clinical role in the MABEL study. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 10(2).
Hills D & Joyce C. 2014. Workplace aggression in clinical medical practice: Associations with job satisfaction, life satisfaction and self-rated health. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(9): 535-540.
Li J, Scott A, McGrail M, Humphreys J & Witt J. 2014. Retaining rural doctors: doctors' preferences for rural medical workforce incentives. Social Science & Medicine, 121:56-64.
O'Sullivan B, Joyce C & McGrail M. 2014. Rural outreach by specialist doctors in Australia: a national cross-sectional study of supply and distribution. Human Resources for Health, 12:50.
O'Sullivan B, Joyce C & McGrail M. 2014. Adoption, implementation and prioritization of specialist outreach policy in Australia: a national perspective. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 92:512-519.
Scott A. 2014. Getting the balance right between generalism and specialisation - Does remuneration matter? Australian Family Physician, 43(4): 69-72.
Scott A & Joyce C. 2014. The Future of Medical Careers. Medical Journal of Australia, Perspectives, 201(2): 82-83.
Cheng TC, Joyce C & Scott A. 2013. An empirical analysis of public and private medical practice in Australia. Health Policy, 111(1): 43-51.
Hills D & Joyce C. 2013. Personal, professional and work factors associated with Australian clinical medical practitioners' experiences of workplace aggression. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 57(7), 898-912.
Hills D & Joyce C. 2013. A review of research on the prevalence, antecedents, consequences and prevention of workplace aggression in clinical medical practice. Aggression and Violent Behavior: A Review Journal, 18(5), 554-569.
Hills D, Joyce C & Humphreys J. 2013. Workplace aggression prevention and minimisation in Australian clinical medical practice - a national study. Australian Health Review, 37(5): 607-613.
Scott A, Witt J, Humphreys J, Joyce C, Kalb G, Jeon SH & McGrail M. 2013. Getting doctors into the bush: General practitioners preferences for rural location. Social Science and Medicine, 96: 33–44.
Cheng TC, Scott A, Jeon S, Kalb G, Humphreys J & Joyce C. 2011. What factors influence the earnings of general practitioners and medical specialists? Evidence from the Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life survey. Health Economics, 21(11): 1300-1317.
Hills D, Joyce C & Humphreys J. 2012. A national study of workplace aggression in Australian clinical medical practice. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(6): 336-340.
Hills D, Joyce C & Humphreys J. 2012. Validation of a job satisfaction scale in the Australian clinical medical workforce. Evaluation & the Health Professions, 35(1): 47-76.
Humphreys J, McGrail M, Joyce C, Scott A & Kalb G. 2012. Who should receive recruitment and retention incentives? Improved targeting of rural doctors using medical workforce data. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20(1): 3-10.
McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce C & Scott A. 2012. International medical graduates mandated to practice in rural Australia are highly unsatisfied: Results from a national survey of doctors. Health Policy, 108(2): 133-139.
Sivey P, Scott A, Witt J, Joyce C & Humphreys J. 2012. Junior doctors' preferences for specialty choice. Journal of Health Economics, 31(6): 813–823.
Hills D, Joyce C & Humphreys J. 2011. Prevalence and prevention of workplace aggression in Australian clinical medical practice. Australian Health Review, 35(3): 253-261.
Joyce C, Schurer S, Scott A, Humphreys J & Kalb G. 2011. Australian doctors' satisfaction with their work: Results from the MABEL longitudinal survey of doctors. Medical Journal of Australia, 194(1): 30-33.
McGrail M, Humphreys J & Joyce C. 2011. Nature of association between rural background and practice location: A comparison of general practitioners and specialists. BMC Health Services Research, 11:63.
McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce C, Scott A & Kalb G. 2011. How do rural GP's workload and work activities differ with community size compared with metropolitan practice? Australian Journal of Primary Health, 18(3) 228-233.
McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce C, Scott A & Kalb G. 2011. Rural amenity and medical workforce shortage: Is there a relationship? Geographical Research, 49(2): 192-202.
Russell D, McGrail M, Humphreys J & Wakerman J. 2011. What factors contribute most to the retention of general practitioners in rural and remote areas? Australian Journal of Primary Health, 18(4) 289-294.
Scott A, Jeon SH, Joyce C, Humphreys J, Kalb G, Witt J & Leahy A. 2011. A randomised trial and economic evaluation of the effect of response mode on response rate, response bias, and item non-response in a survey of doctors. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11:126.
Shrestha D & Joyce C. 2011. Aspects of work-life balance of Australian general practitioners: Determinants and possible consequences. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 17:40-47.
Yan W, Cheng TC, Scott A, Joyce C, Humphreys J, Kalb G & Leahy A. 2011. Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL). Australian Economic Review, 44(1):102-112.