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Pumping iron

Pumping iron

Administration of IV iron can be performed safely in primary care to a diverse range of patients.

Antiphospholipid syndrome

Antiphospholipid syndrome

We take a look at three very different presentations of the disease.

If health funds can see value in GPs why can’t Canberra?

If health funds can see value in GPs why can’t Canberra?

Why does it seem the budget planners — when looking for ways to rein in health costs — think it is best to suck funds out of primary care or more precisely away from primary care practitioners —…

How was $15bn in pharmacy funding lost in space?

How was $15bn in pharmacy funding lost in space?

The Federal Government’s negotiation over its $15 billion funding of community pharmacy has been dubbed a scandal. Australian Doctor investigates.

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No benefit in delaying shoulder surgery

No benefit in delaying shoulder surgery

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Patients with painful rotator cuff injuries do not need to wait months for their shoulder stiffness to 'settle down' before surgery, according to orthopaedic researchers.

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Opinion

Is medicine really no different to plumbing?

Professor Jonathan Dowell

Is medicine really no different to plumbing?

Do we pay doctors too much? Do we keep good people out of medical schools by insisting on excessive entry requirements? Is it time we let a little air out of medicine’s exalted position among the…

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'Three-parent' babies given green light in UK

'Three-parent' babies given green light in UK

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VIDEO: Britain has become the first country in the world to allow the creation of babies with DNA from three people. Wondering what is involved in the procedure? Check out this video.

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Smart Practice

Best websites for GP jobs

Best websites for GP jobs

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If you’re thinking about changing jobs, the web is one of the best places to start looking.

Relying on others for medical data

Relying on others for medical data

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A doctor gets into trouble over inadequate care of a patient with a complex medical history and for relying on nursing staff for clinical findings.

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