Results from External MABEL Data users

Published Journal Articles

  • 2017

    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.

  • 2016

    Bardoel EA & Drago R. 2016. Does the quality of information technology support affect work-life balance? A study of Australian physicians. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27(21): 2604-2620.

    Hills D. 2016. Differences in risk and protective factors for workplace aggression between male and female clinical medical practitioners in Australia. Australian Health Review, 41(3): 313-320.

  • 2015

    Hills D. 2015. Associations between Australian clinical medical practitioner exposure to workplace aggression and workforce participation intentions. Australian Health Review, 40(1): 36-42.

    Kecmanovic M & Hall JP. 2015. The use of financial incentives in Australian general practice. Medical Journal of Australia, 202(9): 488-491.

    Mu C. 2015. The age profile of the location decision of Australian General Practitioners. Social Science and Medicine, (142): 183–193.

    Pham M & McRae I. 2015. Who provides GP after-hours care? Health Policy, 119(4): 447-455.

  • 2014

    Norman R & Hall J. 2014. The desire and capability of Australian General Practitioners to change their working hours. Medical Journal of Australia, 200 (7): 399-402.

    Norman R & Hall J. 2014. Can hospital-based doctors change their working hours? Evidence from Australia. Internal Medicine Journal, 44(7):658-64.

  • 2013

    Rodwell J & Gulyas A. 2013. The variety of primary healthcare organisations in Australia: a taxonomy. BMC Health Services Research, 13:130.

  • 2012

    Ellershaw J, Gulyas A, Demir D, McWillians J & Johnson D. 2012. Work differences by sector for medical specialists: Evidence of a public sector ethos. International Journal of Employment Studies, 20(2): 74-81.

    Rodwell J & Gulyas A. 2012. A taxonomy of primary health care practices: An avenue for informing management and policy implementation. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 19(3): 236-243.

Other Publications

  • 2015

    Hazelwood D. 2015. How successful doctors navigate the constantly changing medical system to achieve financial well being. Western Pacific Financial Group Medical Specialists

  • 2014

    Duckett S, Breadon P & Farmer J. 2014. Unlocking skills in hospitals: better jobs, more care. Grattan Institute Report No. 2014-8, April 2014.

    Piko L. 2014. Optimising Professional Life: A grounded theory of doctors' careers.A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of The Australian National University.

  • 2013

    Mu C & Maruyama S. 2013. Salient gender differences in the wage elasticity of general practitioners' labour supply. UNSW Australian School of Business Research Paper No. 2013-16.

    Norman R. 2013. The desire and capability of doctors to change their working hoursREFinE Video. University of Technology, Sydney, YouTube Channel.

Presentations

  • 2017

    Hills D. 2017. Workplace Aggression in Australian Clinical Medical Practice: A Significant Occupational and Public Health Concern. 15th World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, 3 -7 April 2017.

  • 2016

    Bardoel A, Russell G, Mayson S, Advocate J & Kay M. 2016. Why do Australian general practitioners (GPs) leave clinical practice or medicine: Results from the MABEL longitudinal survey, 4th Wellbeing at Work Conference, University of Amsterdam, 30 May 2016.

    McIsaac M. 2016. Financial incentives to redistribute general practitioners (GPs) into low socioeconomic areas: are they effective?  37th Nordic Health Economists' Study Group (NHESG) meeting, Denmark, 17-19 August 2016.

  • 2015

    Cheng TC & Trivedi K. 2015. Attrition bias in panel data: A sheep in wolf's clothing? A case study based on the MABEL Survey. 21st International Panel Data Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 29-30 June 2015.

    Hills D. 2015. In harms' way. Workplace aggression in Australian clinical medical practice. 3rd MABEL Research Forum, The University of Melbourne, 24 April 2015.

  • 2014

    Abernethy M, Heese J & Soderstrom S. 2014.  Professional control, locus of control and job satisfaction. Global Engagement and Perspectives - American Accounting Association Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting, Atlanta, 6 August 2014.

    Abernethy M, Heese J & Soderstrom S. 2014. Professional control, locus of control and job satisfaction. Global Management Accounting Research Symposium, Sydney, June 25 - 27 2014.

    Abernethy M. 2014. Professional control, locus of control and job satisfaction. 2nd MABEL Research Forum, University of Melbourne, 10 April 2014.

    Abernethy M, Heese J & Soderstrom S. 2014. Professional control, locus of control and job satisfaction. University of Hohenheim, Germany, January 2014.

    Annable T. 2014. Determinants of Australian Doctors' self-reported health. 2nd MABEL Research Forum, University of Melbourne, 10 April 2014.

    Mu C. 2014. The Effect of Government Subsidies on General Practitioners' Location and Labour Supply Decisions. 2nd MABEL Research Forum, University of Melbourne, 10 April 2014.

    Pham M. 2014. GP and practice ownership. Primary Health Care Research Conference, Canberra, Australia. 23-25 July 2014.

    Piko LM. 2014.  An integrated approach to GP workforce issues using a new occupation specific career theory. Primary Health Care Research Conference, Canberra, Australia. 23-25 July 2014.

    Piko LM. 2014.  Empowering family doctors to reinvent their careers using the Theory of Optimising Professional Life. 19th WONCA Europe Conference, Lisbon, Portugal. 2-5 July 2014.

    Piko LM 2014. Optimising Professional Life: a grounded theory of doctors' careers. International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance International Conference, Quebec, Canada. 2-6 June 2014.

  • 2013

    Abernethy M, Heese J & Soderstrom S. 2013. Professional control, locus of control and job satisfaction. University of Arizona, December 2013.

    Abernethy M, Heese J & Soderstrom S. 2013. Professional control, locus of control and job satisfaction. Singapore Management University, October 2013.

    Ellershaw J. 2013. Work Differences by Sector For Medical Specialists: Evidence of a Public Sector Ethos. Inaugural MABEL Research Forum, University of Melbourne, 12 April 2013.

    Gulyas A. 2013. A Taxonomy of Primary Healthcare in Australia. Inaugural MABEL Research Forum, University of Melbourne, 12 April 2013.

    Kecmanovic M & Arora S. 2013. The impact of financial incentives on primary care in Australia. Poster presented at Primary Health Care Research Conference, Sydney, 10-12 July 2013.

    Kecmanovic M, Arora S & Hall J. 2013. The impact of financial incentives on primary care in Australia. Primary Health Care Research Conference, Sydney, 10-12 July 2013.

    Kecmanovic M, Arora S & Hall J. 2013. The impact of financial incentives on primary care in Australia. 9th World Congress of the International Health Economics Association, Sydney, 7- 10 July 2013.

    Maruyama S & Mu S. 2013. The effect of government subsidies on General Practitioners' location and labour supply decision. Fourth Australasian Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Tasmania, 3-5 April 2013.

    Maruyama S & Mu C. 2013. The effect of government subsidies on General Practitioners' location and labour supply decision. 9th World Congress of the International Health Economics Association, Sydney, 7-10 July 2013.

    Mu C & Maruyama S. 2013. Salient gender difference in the wage elasticity of General Practitioners' labour supply. Australasia Meeting of the Econometric Society, Sydney, 9-12 July 2013.

    Mu C & Maruyama S. 2013.  Salient gender difference in the wage elasticity of General Practitioners. 9th World Congress of the International Health Economics Association (iHEA), Sydney, 7-10 July 2013.

    Pham M. 2013. Who provides GP out-of-hours care. Inaugural MABEL Research Forum, University of Melbourne, 12 April 2013.

    Pham M. 2013. Who provides GP out-of-hours care. Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute Group Seminar, ANU, Canberra, 5 September 2013.

    Pham M. 2013. Who provides GP out-of-hours care. 8th Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 2-4 December 2013.

    Piko LM. 2013. Optimising professional life: A grounded theory of doctors' careers. Final PhD Presentation, Free Public Lecture. The Australian National University, 21 November 2013.

  • 2012

    Mu C. 2012. The effect of life-stage variables on the location decisions of General Practitioners in Australia. The 34th Australian Conference of Health Economists, Darwin, 27-28 September 2012.

    Rodwell J & Gulyas A. 2012. The various forms of primary health care organisations in Australia. British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff University, 11-13 September 2012.

    Rodwell J, Gulyas A & Demir D. 2012. Applying strategic configurations to demonstrate primary health care in Australia is not a swathe of vanilla. Western Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Big Island, Hawaii, 3-6 April 2012.

    Rodwell J & Gulyas A. 2012. Challenging work instead of satisfaction and money as evidence of a public service ethos for public sector medical specialists. International Research Society for Public Management Conference, Fudan University, Shanghai 2012.

Teaching and Classes

  • 2015

    Cheng T. 2015. "Econometrics V" graduate (Master and PhD) course. School of Economics, The University of Adelaide, August - November 2015.

  • 2012

    Trivedi P. 2012. Panel Data Methods for the Analysis of Health Data. 3 Day Short-Course. Centre for Efficiency and Productivity Analysis, School of Economics, The University of Queensland, 18 - 20 July 2012.