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Professor Brendan Murphy says he underestimated demand this year.
We should never underestimate the campaign's power, writes Dr Eric Levi
Many patients with reflux will receive poorer care on low-dose drugs, they say.
College talks tough after investigation reveals some patients have been charged $6000.
Pharmaceutical opioid overdoses have overtaken heroin overdoses and now account for a quarter of all drug-related...
Children from higher income households gained a greater share of Medicare resources over the first 1,000 days of...
A government review recommends abolishing the surcharge cap.
When holding up a stop sign in public health, writes Professor Garry Egger, don't stand in the...
Some argue vaccination of health workers is a moral duty, while others state individual freedom of choice is more...
As AMA president, you're in the game, writes Dr Michael Gannon.
The government expects too much of consumers.
The winners are aged care, rural health and medical research.
The government thinks pharmacists should decide whether to stock homeopathic products.
The Medical Board of Australia is promising to rewrite its guidelines.
Dr Skye Kinder, Victoria's 2017 Young Doctor of the Year, shares what she's learned.
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.
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