July 2017

A World Free From Hep B Read Article →

A World Free From Hep B

Hepatitis B has remained neglected for too long, but that is beginning to change.
From Eminence to Evidence Read Article →

From Eminence to Evidence

The evolution of traditional medical practice to an approach based on scientific evidence and reasoning has improved patient outcomes enormously, and is one of the most important transitions in healthcare we have made to date.
The Methadone Program: a continued first-line option for opioid dependence? Read Article →

The Methadone Program: a continued first-line option for opioid dependence?

Opium, derived from the seemingly innocuous poppy, is an addictive but highly effective pain-relief agent.
The changing climate of public health Read Article →

The changing climate of public health

Dr Maria Neira is exactly the type of role model young girls should aspire to be.
Do GPs ever regret referrals? Read Article →

Do GPs ever regret referrals?

This article was originally published 13 October 2016 on www.
The Right to Die Read Article →

The Right to Die

It’s unsettling to learn that one in five Australians spend their final hours of life in moderate to severe pain despite the best efforts of palliative care.
The perils of the Z-score: Confessions of an average medical student Read Article →

The perils of the Z-score: Confessions of an average medical student

I am an average medical student driven mad by the Hunger Games-style, hyper-competitive process of attaining an internship in Victoria.
Learning by doing: the realities of inexperience Read Article →

Learning by doing: the realities of inexperience

An essential part of learning for every health professional student is the practical component of hands-on learning.

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