Stephen F Wilson
Affiliation: New South Wales
- General practitioner multidisciplinary skills for enhanced primary careStephen F Wilson
Ambulatory Care, Macarthur Health Service, New South Wales
Aust Fam Physician 33:479-80. 2004
- Factors associated with frequent admission to hospital for patients with chronic airflow limitationS Wilson
Macarthur Health Service, School of Community Medicine, University New South Wales
Aust Fam Physician 30:822-4. 2001..Chronic airflow limitation (CAL) is a common cause of admission and readmission to hospital. This study has explored associated factors with repeat hospital admission in patients with CAL...
- General practitioner-hospital communications: a review of discharge summariesS Wilson
Ambulatory Care Administration, Macarthur Health Service, Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
J Qual Clin Pract 21:104-8. 2001..The high number of errors (36.4%) and the low rate of receipt (27.1%), indicates that resources invested in the production of the discharge summary could be better utilized to improve information transfer...
- Benefits of multidisciplinary case conferencing using audiovisual compared with telephone communication: a randomized controlled trialS F Wilson
Ambulatory Care Continuum, Macarthur Health Service, Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
J Telemed Telecare 10:351-4. 2004..However, the introduction of case conferencing by video-link was accompanied by a high level of satisfaction on the part of the 14 team members who were interviewed...
- Macarthur model for ambulatory servicesS Wilson
Macarthur Health Service, New South Wales
Aust Health Rev 24:187-93. 2001..The philosophy of shared responsibility between patient, carer, general practitioner and a hospital specialist team underpins the model developing in Macarthur...
- Costing the ambulatory episode: implications of total or partial substitution of hospital careStephen F Wilson
Executive Unit, Campbelltown Hospital, Therry Road, Campbelltown, NSW 2560, Australia
Aust Health Rev 29:360-5. 2005..Savings are likely to be greater as the level of substitution increases and are dependent on the choice of ambulatory sensitive diagnoses...
- Trauma case management and clinical pathways: prospective evaluation of their effect on selected patient outcomes in five key trauma conditionsJ Sesperez
Department of Trauma and Epidemiology, Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool, BC, New South Wales, Australia
J Trauma 50:643-9. 2001..CONCLUSION: Clinical pathways and case management identified areas in need of remedial action and improved the delivery of patient care to our trauma population. It has set a template for the future management of our trauma service...
- Rehabilitation medicinePeter B Disler
Melbourne Extended Care and Rehabilitation Service, Poplar Road, Parkville 3052, Australia
Med J Aust 177:385-6. 2002
- Emergency medicine. Ambulatory alternatives existStephen F Wilson
BMJ 325:389; author reply 389. 2002
- Hospital in the home: what next?Stephen F Wilson
Med J Aust 184:141-2. 2006
- Health care down the drainAndrew A Mahony
Med J Aust 187:636. 2007
- Health services under siege: the case for clinical process redesignStephen F Wilson
Med J Aust 189:238; author reply 239-40. 2008