Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice
Background and Interests
Sonya has been working in the Department since 2001 on a variety of projects, and more recently for the Centre for Interprofessional Education (IPE), Division of Health Sciences.
Her background is in qualitative research. Current research interests include: developing effective interprofessional education learning activities, interprofessional collaboration, and accessibility of primary health care services.
McKinlay, E., Morgan, S., Myers, J., & Gulliver, L. (2023). The ‘All in 4 IPE study’: Practice architectures in interprofessional health professions' education. An international multi-site research study. Proceedings of the New Zealand Primary Health Care, General Practice & Rural Health Research Symposium. (pp. 23). Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/departments/primaryhealthcaregeneralpractice
Gray, L., McKinlay, E., Morgan, S., & Parker, G. (2023). Do general practice facilities measure up to guidance for big bodied patients? An exploratory study. Proceedings of the New Zealand Primary Health Care, General Practice & Rural Health Research Symposium. (pp. 28). Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/departments/primaryhealthcaregeneralpractice
Ormandy, J., Jackson, C., Honeyman, L., Spence, R., Morgan, S., & McKinlay, E. (2023). Tailoring interprofessional education to meet the needs of midwifery and medical students. Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health, 59(Suppl. 1), (pp. 104). doi: 10.1111/jpc.16357
Carroll, R., Morgan, S. J., Ker, A., Garrett, S. M., Rose, S. B., Gardiner, T., & McKinlay, E. M. (2023). "It was a very awkward consultation because I didn't know": General practice staff experiences and challenges in providing healthcare to gender and sexual minority youth in Aotearoa New Zealand. Family Practice. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1093/fampra/cmad024
Ker, A., Gardiner, T., Carroll, R., Rose, S. B., Morgan, S. J., Garrett, S. M., & McKinlay, E. M. (2022). "We just want to be treated normally and to have that healthcare that comes along with it": Rainbow young people's experiences of primary care in Aotearoa New Zealand. Youth, 2(4), 691-704. doi: 10.3390/youth2040049