Law & Ethics

Working to improve equity – in health and gender – in rural Swaziland Read Article →

Working to improve equity – in health and gender – in rural Swaziland

‘My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.
The rewritten story of the ‘birds and bees’, now featuring needles and politics Read Article →

The rewritten story of the ‘birds and bees’, now featuring needles and politics

The traditional sense of family has been reconceptualised in the 21st century, with a need to remake the old ‘birds and bees’ tale into a story that can embody the advances in today’s reproductive technology.
Inside the World of Voluntourism Read Article →

Inside the World of Voluntourism

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The case of the transgender child: who decides? Read Article →

The case of the transgender child: who decides?

The increasing number of young people presenting with gender dysphoria to Gender Services clinics across Australia continues to challenge the need for cross-sex hormone treatment to go through the Family Court.
Giving with the head, and with the heart Read Article →

Giving with the head, and with the heart

Australians gave over $12.
Ideas for Australia: Rethinking funding and priorities in IVF – should the state pay for people to have babies? Read Article →

Ideas for Australia: Rethinking funding and priorities in IVF – should the state pay for people to have babies?

Authors: Professor Julian Savulescu and Professor Kelton Tremellen How much should the state spend on helping people to have children? At present, government support for infertility treatment is approximately A$240 million a year.
Drugs for Depression: The Truth Read Article →

Drugs for Depression: The Truth

Psychiatric disorders have been described as early as the Ancient Egyptian times, with Eber’s papyri detailing them in the “Book of Hearts” as early as 1550BC.
Why are we so scared of cancer? Read Article →

Why are we so scared of cancer?

It all starts with a lump in the breast, some blood in the toilet or a hard gland in the neck.
Gender Diversity in Medicine Read Article →

Gender Diversity in Medicine

Imagine waking up each day in a body that’s not your own.
Tying Australian doctors’ hands: a policy condoning secrecy and state-legislated harm Read Article →

Tying Australian doctors’ hands: a policy condoning secrecy and state-legislated harm

July 1st 2015, the day the Border Force Act was passed, was a dark day in Australian history.

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