• 647 Citations
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1979 …2019
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Professor John Cartmill MBBS, BSc(med), MM, FRACS is Associate Dean, Clinical in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Professor, Surgery in the Department of Clinical Medicine at Macquarie University. As a colorectal surgeon he practices at Macquarie University Hospital and Nepean Public Hospital. His research interests are informed by linguistics, engineering and psychology and include safety and quality improvement, medical communication and medical and surgical learning. 

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Surgical Instruments Medicine & Life Sciences
Operating Rooms Medicine & Life Sciences
Linguistics Medicine & Life Sciences
Organizational Efficiency Medicine & Life Sciences
Pressure Medicine & Life Sciences
Defecation Medicine & Life Sciences
Rectocele Medicine & Life Sciences
Wounds and Injuries Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2003 2019

Research Outputs 1979 2019

Open Access
Organizational Efficiency
Hospital Design and Construction
Open Access
Organizational Efficiency
Hospital Design and Construction
Private Hospitals

Natural orifice specimen extraction for high anterior resection: technical tips including an original and effective technique for atraumatic specimen extraction – a video vignette

Sia, T. C., Cartmill, J., Keshava, A. & Gilmore, A., Jul 2019, In : Colorectal Disease. 21, 7, p. 849-850 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Laparoscopic guide

Cartmill, J. A. & Gilmore, A., 8 Feb 2018, IPC No. A61B 17/34 (2006.01), Patent No. WO/2018/023149, 3 Aug 2017, Priority date 4 Aug 2016, Priority No. 2016903078

Research output: PatentResearch

Open Access
Surgical Instruments

Activities 2015 2019

  • 2 Oral presentation

Enhanced Cognitive Capacity Reserve (CCR) through Practice Based Erudition (PBE) and FISH: a learning-Centred Approach

Geoffrey Currie (Speaker), John Cartmill (Speaker), Mirjana Strkalj (Speaker), K Forrest (Speaker), A Eyers (Speaker), Hosen Kiat (Speaker)
29 Mar 2015

Activity: Talk or presentationOral presentation