Doctor Natalie Edmiston

Doctor Natalie Edmiston

Academic Lead - Clinical & Educational Research,
School of Medicine



  • MPH University of New South Wales
  • MBBS University of Sydney

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • School of Medicine



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Journal Articles

  • Warner, S., Cheung, D., Condon, A., Cunningham, J., Bailie, J., Minc, A., Herbert, S. and Edmiston, N. (2024), 'Communication and coordination of care for people living with HIV : a qualitative study of the patient perspective', BMC Primary Care, vol 25, no 1 .
  • Colbert, L., Hegazi, I., Peters, K. and Edmiston, N. (2024), 'Medical students' awareness of overdiagnosis and implications for preventing overdiagnosis', BMC Medical Education, vol 24, no 1 .
  • Edmiston, N. and Hegazi, I. (2024), '[In Press] Teaching to address overdiagnosis', BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine, .
  • Edmiston, N., Hu, W., Tobin, S., Bailey, J., Joyce, C., Cockrell Reed, K. and Mogensen, L. (2023), '"You're actually part of the team" : a qualitative study of a novel transitional role from medical student to doctor', BMC Medical Education, vol 23 .
  • Casten, M., Herbert, S., Smith, D., Petoumenos, K., Coorey, C. and Edmiston, N. (2023), 'What are the predictors of change in multimorbidity among people with HIV? : a longitudinal observational cohort study', HIV Medicine, vol 24, no 7 , pp 807 - 817.
  • Cunningham, J., Bailie, J., Warner, S., Condon, A., Cheung, D., Minc, A., Herbert, S. and Edmiston, N. (2023), 'Determinants of access to general practice in a shared care model for people living with HIV : a qualitive study of patients' perspectives in an Australian rural community', BMC Primary Care, vol 24, no 1 .
  • Kwan, T., Chua, B., Pires, D., Feng, O., Edmiston, N. and Longman, J. (2022), 'A qualitative analysis of the barriers and enablers faced by Australian rural general practitioners in the non-pharmacological management of congestive heart failure in community dwelling patients', BMC Health Services Research, vol 22, no 1 .
  • Jiamsakul, A., Boyd, M., Choi, J., Edmiston, N., Kumarasamy, N., Hutchinson, J., Law, M. and Ditangco, R. (2021), 'Trends in follow-up visits among people living with HIV : results from the TREAT Asia and Australian HIV observational databases', Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, vol 88, no 1 , pp 70 - 78.
  • Edmiston, N., Petoumenos, K. and Smith, D. (2018), 'Multimorbidity, not human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) markers predicts unplanned admission among people with HIV in regional New South Wales', Internal Medicine Journal, vol 48, no 6 , pp 706 - 713.
  • Hasan, T., Wong, G., Webster, A., Gilroy, N., Chen, S., Woodhouse, E., Kable, K. and Edmiston, N. (2018), 'The first simultaneous pancreas, renal transplant in a patient with HIV in Australia', Journal of HIV & Retro Virus, vol 4, no 1:2 .
  • Bateson, D. and Edmiston, N. (2016), 'Pelvic inflammatory disease : management of new-onset low abdominal pain in young women', Medicine Today, vol 17, no 7 , pp 14 - 22.
  • Edmiston, N., Passmore, E., Smith, D. and Petoumenos, K. (2015), 'Multimorbidity among people with HIV in regional New South Wales, Australia', Sexual Health, vol 12, no 5 , pp 425 - 432.
  • Reddel, S. and Edmiston, N. (2012), 'Contact tracing for STIs : new resources and supportive evidence', Australian Family Physician, vol 40, no 3 , pp 128 - 132.
  • Edmiston, N., Merritt, T. and Ooi, C. (2010), 'Make contact : a comparative study of contact tracing strategies', International Journal of STD & AIDS, vol 21, no 6 , pp 431 - 434.
  • Edmiston, N., Chuah, J. and McLaws, M. (2007), 'Contact tracing in a regional sexual health clinic : audit outcomes and implications for sexually transmissible infection control', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol 31, no 6 , pp 576 - 580.

Previous Projects

Title: Motivations, barriers and enablers for sexual assault medical workforce in NSW, Australia
  • Health Administration Corporation
Western Researchers: Natalie Edmiston, Rosalie Power and Jane Ussher
Years: 2023-02-10 - 2023-11-30
ID: P00028492

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