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It took AHPRA's findings into account, but still okayed chaperone conditions for Queensland doctor.
Medicine has exceptional opportunities to foster international relations and has a strong reputation for doing so....
They may be the 'Bible' for prescribers, but their recommendations aren't gospel in a court of law.
Alt-right, populism, post-truth—it's all bad for public health, writes Rada Rouse.
A slowly thawing Medicare freeze and a crackdown on after-hours items seem likely, writes Paul Smith...
It's not sufficiently protecting patients, the regulator says.
The 29-year-old wants to smash the 'old boys club'.
The Australian of the Year is recovering from multiple myeloma
We must be wary of seductive reductionist reasoning.
What happened when a doctor ended up with a hospital administrator.
A five-minute car trip over the course of three-and-a-half-years was her sole rule breach, investigation shows.
An appeal court recognises his “extraordinary” contribution to the medical profession.
"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.
A coroner says there are some lessons for doctors.
Most pharmacies are supplying codeine-containing analgesics without adequate safety checks or counselling.
Two from Australia have cracked the global top 25.
Dr James Salwitz remembers who he was before death became a daily companion.
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