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It took AHPRA's findings into account, but still okayed chaperone conditions for Queensland doctor.
Put down your Murtagh’s General Practice and spend an afternoon studying Margaret Olley or the Mona Lisa....
Who was the first Republican US President?
Expert provides practical advice for GPs
Clinical writing is not an innate skill and requires education, supervisors say.
Hourly earnings are rising, but morale has taken a hit.
Rural primary health care, including patient evacuation services, general practice and mental health care deliver...
A new projection in The Lancet compares 184 countries over 25 years.
It will reportedly be lifted for concession patients from July, but general patients will wait until 2018.
Dr Craig Lillienthal presents the case of a rectal examination gone wrong.
It appears the letters, relating to clinic visits dating back to December, went undelivered for months.
Medicine has exceptional opportunities to foster international relations and has a strong reputation for doing so....
Opinion: The head of AHPRA's chaperone review explains his 'zero tolerance' stance.
Opinion: Confusion ensues when doctors are forced to speak as if we didn’t know medicine.
Rural health organisations are worried amid sparse details.
Yes, it’s tricky when seeing extra patients means making others wait, but there are systems that allow receptionists...
A medicolegal advisor outlines the safest ways to handle the trolls.
It's time to clean up the mess, writes Dr Oliver Frank .
They may be the 'Bible' for prescribers, but their recommendations aren't gospel in a court of law.
Practical tips on what to check before you refer
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