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The GP caught up in a controversial weight-loss clinic shares her story.
It can build rapport, express support and help the patient focus on their main problem.
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?...
What can a GP do when they start talking about self-harm or making threats?
The GP of the year and the practice of the year have different approaches to success.
The news comes amid growing concerns about the pressure imposed by insurers on doctors.
Pharmacists should be trusted to issue repeat prescriptions and adjust dosages, according to a new report.
Rumour has it that the Medicare freeze will soon end. But what happens then?
Amid all the talk of heartsink patients, how often do we hear of the ones who make a doctor’s heart soar?
The latest figures suggest the bulk-billing rate for GP services shows no signs of imminent collapse.
Hospital discharge summaries remain the bane of many GPs’ professional lives.
GPs now account for one in five hepatitis curative treatments.
Images are part of the medical record and are subject to the same security protocols.
Having quotas for people of certain backgrounds is quite literally a double standard; it just replaces one injustice...
The RACGP’s new mandatory CPD activity isn’t fit for purpose.
The company is attributing the fall to weaker than expected GP recruitment.
The woman alleged that doctors had breached their duty of care by leaving her on the vasoconstrictor drug without a...
Dr Craig Lilienthal on what can be learned from a complicated medicolegal case.
The move will likely cut red tape, but the transition will have its issues.
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