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Every mama bear fibrr in my being was screaming at me that I shouldn't be there...
Dr Jon Fogarty turns up the wisdom to 11.
New BEACH data puts spotlight on imaging referrals.
One would think a study covered by The New York Times would be both scientifically valid and important.
We chip away at GPs' gatekeeper role at our peril, writes Dr Justin Coleman.
Sometimes, all we do is triage.
The current system is riddled with significant ethical, legal and security issues.
The RACGP has knocked back similar suggestions.
Paternalism in medicine is supposed to have ended, writes Dr Joe Kosterich.
It's not better than Panadol, the weight of scientific evidence suggests
Poll: How do you handle patients with COPD?
How do you get the balance right between being medicolegally safe and interacting with the patient? Dr Walid...
It's pitched at the confused and bewildered.
As doctors, we must acknowledge that person-first language is not a new concept, writes Dr Liz Sturgiss. ...
But the AMA president says it's just sugar-coating an uncomfortable topic
They are private billing the tests.
This is the cornerstone of good healthcare, writes Dr Suneel Dhand
Dr Pam Rachootin gets poetic as she ushers in 2018.
A medical student reflects on two hard months.
A common complaint from doctors is that ‘managers’ provide more hindrance than help.
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