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Food for thought

Food for thought

Should unhealthy food be slapped with additional taxes to help beat the obesity epidemic?

Why we need voluntary patient registration

Why we need voluntary patient registration

The issues, processes and complexity of primary care provision has changed dramatically in my professional lifetime. It is time to take a reasoned appraisal of how we are delivering healthcare to…

A problematic PEG

A problematic PEG

A women complains of feeling over-full after her prescribed feeds.

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Call to cull acupuncture from MBS

Call to cull acupuncture from MBS

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Friends of Science in Medicine are calling for acupuncture to be pulled from the MBS, saying the treatment is “a placebo for the worried well”.

Push to make codeine prescription-only

Push to make codeine prescription-only

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Panadeine, Nurofen Plus and other compound analgesics containing codeine should be banned from over-the-counter sales, pain medicine experts say.

Doctors' misery linked to non-clinical workl

Doctors' misery linked to non-clinical workl

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Doctors across Australia rate their life satisfaction a 7.5 out of 10, but the more work time they spend away from patients the unhappier they get, a national survey suggests.

Your MBS item hit list

Your MBS item hit list

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The $20 billion MBS is said to be stuck in a 1970s time warp, with the launch of the Federal Government's review of Medicare we ask what you think should be axed, added or changed?

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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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