The Thought Broadcast

Observation to Publication

June 08, 2021 Australasian Psychiatry
The Thought Broadcast
Observation to Publication
Show Notes

The first episode of this trainee generated podcast series explores the journey of an original research project from real-world clinical observation through to publication. Focussing on the scholarly project of podcast co-creator and Associate Trainee Editor of Australasian Psychiatry Dr Bryan Bui(1), the conversation demonstrates how trainees can find meaningful research opportunities in their routine clinical care. Dr Bui is also candid about the challenges, and great benefits, of conducting research in a remote training location. This start to the series exemplifies that through conversation we can demystify the scholarly project and humanise the research experience. Episode 1 also introduces Dr Oliver Robertson and Dr Andrew Amos as hosts of The Thought Broadcast, while Dr Michael Weightman was unavailable for recording but was integral in the creation of the series.

1. Bui TA, Wijesekera N. Unemployment and the rate of psychoactive-substance-related psychiatric hospital admission in regional Queensland: An observational, longitudinal study. Australas Psychiatry 2019; 27(4):388-391. DOI: 10.1177/1039856219859265 

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