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"In the year it has taken to finish my medical residency, two colleagues have ended their lives."
A five-minute car trip over the course of three-and-a-half-years was her sole rule breach, investigation shows.
Our GP quizzes a cardiologist on what to think about when prescribing anticoagulation drugs for AF
The GP caught up in a controversial weight-loss clinic shares her story.
Comment: The move looks like an unprecedented effort to gull the Australian public of its legal...
An appeal court recognises his “extraordinary” contribution to the medical profession.
He's warning operators against Medicare rorts.
It can build rapport, express support and help the patient focus on their main problem.
A guide to benefit versus risk of each therapy
A GP pens an open letter to the health minister.
Of all the things we ‘orta’ do better, why does CPR hold this special, mandated unassailable place in GP training?...
It would empower them and help avoid misunderstandings.
It's the first major revision in a decade.
Which letter appears least often among all the words in the Concise Oxford Dictionary, 2004?
They are just as much a part of our practices as we are, writes Dr Edwin Leap.
"I have made numerous medication errors from being overtired," says one.
Authorities are investigating another fake doctor, who has being offering GP-type consultations to patients.
Medical Benevolent Societies help doctors in their darkest hour. So how come their services aren’t used more?
Controversial treatment programs, some costing up to $10,000, included prescriptions of metformin and caffeine.
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