Australian Association of Academic General Practice
3.30pm at the RACGP ASM in Perth, October 6th 2002.
Chair: Jane Gunn, Geoff Mitchell, Animesh Mishra, Bruce
Harris, Nigel Stocks, Dimity Pond, Barbara Jones, Margaret Kilmartin, Jan
Radford, Barbara Booth, Susan Wearne, Emma Kennedy, Kesley Hegarty, Amanda
Barnard, Peter Mudge, Joan Henderson, Stephanie Knox, Lisa Valenti, Ying Pan, Di
O’Halloran, Michael Kidd, Sally Roach, John Litt, Jane Smith, Michael Fasher,
Gerard Gill, Robert Hall, Jeff Thomsett, Doris Young, John Togno, Merilyn
Liddell, Sanjiva Witesinha, Mark Harris, David Brookman, Alison Ward, Helena
Britt, Graeme Miller, Max Kamien, Mark Nelson, Sam Heard.
Acceptance of meetings from 2001, Gerard Gill, Mark Nelson.
President’s report – Chris Del Mar has provided this via email
Treasurer’s report – Mark Nelson
President: Justin Beilby
Secretary: Sam Heard
South Australia Nigel Stocks
Western Australia Alison Ward
Northern Territory Simon Morgan
Victoria Jane Gunn
New South Wales Michael Kidd
Queensland Tracy Cheffins
ACT Nick Glasgow
Discussion of how to share conference with PHCRIS
University of NSW will host the next conference onsite with
The AAAGP Prize at PHCRIS for the best paper by an
unpublished researcher (in a peer reviewed journal) with relevance of general
practice - $250 book voucher. Photo on the website.
Announcements of travelling fellowships:
AAAGP representatives on RACGP Council – John Litt spoke
in favour. Michael Kidd informed us that it is coming to convocation. Lobbying
of council is also an opportunity. Michael Kidd, Justin Bielby and Di
O’Halloran to report back to us on that.
The death of Tim Murrell was noted and the respect in which he was held was acknowledged. The AAAGP should keep documents of this kind on the web. We should acknowledge people a little earlier in their career and use a name for the new AAAGP prize and/or medal. Max is preparing a paper on this – could he ensure that it is publishable. It was agreed to support Max Kamien and Charles Bridges Webb to get to the College archives – they will submit a budget proposal to the executive.
Closed at 5pm.