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Medicolegal expert Bill Madden explains the background to a negligence case that alarmed doctors....
It seems the evidence doesn't back the anecdotes.
Women might unintentionally be put at risk, writes Dr Jenny King .
A team of researchers have shed some light on the issue.
It costs too much to do medicine only to end up with nothing, writes Victoria Cook.
Certain caveats could actually expand reporting requirements
Doctors will be free to seek treatment for most mental health problems without being reported to AHPRA.
The college is concerned the revised guidelines might go too far.
When it comes to measuring performance in clinical settings, doctors need to be involved, writes Professor...
It works when applied intelligently, with precision, with skill, and with heart, writes orthopaedic surgeon ...
We speak to Dr John Boffa about the new policy.
As with many tough issues, we could be doing more, writes Professor Mark Harris.
There is still a debate to be had about whether there is a better alternative, writes Paul Smith....
Oral sedating antihistamines will soon carry mandatory safety warnings for babies.
The public secondary care system is 'modernising'. But is newer necessarily better?
Hepatitis C is shaping up as an Australian success story, writes Jocelyn Wright.
Dr Juliet Lavers is fighting to improve adolescent mental health services.
Read the insurer's response.
New data paints a picture of Australian bulk-billing.
Opinion: AMA chief Dr Michael Gannon is concerned about a policy...
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