Although malaria rates worldwide are falling, it remains high on the radar for non-immune travellers.
As the RACGP's annual conference kicks off in Perth this week, we talk to outgoing president Dr Frank Jones about what has been won and lost during his stewardship.
Cardiomyopathy is one of the few treatable causes of acute liver failure.
Two ingenious drugs have been added to the opioid armamentarium.
Minister for Health and Aged Care Sussan Ley has told the RACGP's annual conference that she has no views “one way or another” on whether GPs are providing low-value care.
A popular hands-on seminar to increase your
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This How to Treat discusses the hoarse voice: a
Patient holidays are no picnic for doctors.
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