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Congestion continues to the plague the training pipeline, writes Rachel Worsley.
Analysis: So far, the Coalition has not covered itself with glory in the health portfolio.
He is a law graduate, former debating champion, and Yale graduate.
Chief political reporter Paul Smith reflects on the outgoing health minister's legacy.
A former AMA president says yes.
The rules risk deterring doctors from seeking help.
The TGA has announced its long-awaited scheduling decision.
Opinion: Complementary medicine suppliers are getting away with breaching advertising requirements...
The government projects there will be 7000 doctors too many by 2030.
Opinion: Xavier Symons delves into a controversial area.
Analysis: Competition is not a panacea, writes Professor Stephen Duckett.
Transparent reporting would mean greater user choice, Productivity Commission says.
Regulator says its already laying the groundwork.
The nature of the specialty presents problems.
Senators conclude bullying-via-notification is ‘widespread and significant’.
GP groups want it held back at least three months.
It’s a small fraction of the total.
We may have reached the heralded 'tipping point'.
The research comes as the regulator looks at how best to ensure doctors are fit to practise.
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