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A GP who started “unconventional” treatments and a close relationship with a drug-misusing patient has been...
GPs would be wise to pay more attention to security measures, writes lawyer Eric Lowenstein.
First, profit is not a dirty word.
We trawled the most recently available data to find the answer.
In the five days before her death, 10-year-old Briony Klingberg saw four doctors.
His dishonesty was 'serious, active and continuing', tribunal rules.
A reverse mortgage is a solution to subsidising the housing costs of elderly parents
"This just feels like discrimination," says one Syrian-born nephrologist.
The complaint form will also be withheld owing to the risk that the handwriting could be identified.
Seeing only the body and not the person leaves us with inexact probabilities as guides, writes Dr Bill...
The Sydney doctor says he treats patients who 'fall through the cracks of old paradigms of medicine'.
The key question is whether the new health minister's ambitions extend beyond simply serving party interests.
From vaccines to reproductive rights, his views on health are anything but conventional.
Being a doctor shouldn’t exclude you from having a family, writes Eliza Milliken.
2. Remember that you are a guest in your patient's illness.
The IMG failed to mention that a patient had received 10 times the intended dose of haloperidol.
Current disaster management practices too often overlook the role of buildings and infrastructure.
Physicians sustain verbal assaults and take on the weight of disappointments, writes Dr Jean Robey....
The Griffith University medical graduate begins his internship this month, nearly six years to the day after a life-...
Inside one of the biggest controversies in the college's 70-year history
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