Published Articles

'Christian group used exorcism to cure my sexuality'

Moves to outlaw conversion therapy are a step forward for gay rights, says psychologist.
15 February 2019

Clinic to bulk-bill all patients in flood-ravaged community

'GPs live and breathe their community; we reflect our community.'
13 February 2019

New advice to improve hospital-GP communication

Current efforts are inconsistent and too often fail to meet best practice, says AMA president.
18 December 2018

AusDoc survey finds a third of GPs unhappy with antenatal shared care

However, many are content with the scheme, according to our survey.
29 November 2018

What do primary health networks do? They channel billions of health dollars, that's what

Health department figures show $4 billion in grant money has been dished out to PHNs in one year.
02 October 2018

Courageous GP wins bravery award for rescuing man from burning car

The Canberra doctor has been granted a Commendation for Brave Conduct.
24 August 2018

Relationships matter - why patients love their GPs

Survey findings are a 'success story' for general practice
03 August 2018

GP recognised for 18 years of volunteer work

A GP academic known for long-running volunteer work with refugees has been recognised as an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours
12 June 2018

8% of nursing home deaths are a result of choking

A concerning number of premature deaths in Australian nursing homes are due to external causes including choking, according to a landmark study.
30 May 2017