Published Articles

Why 'old-school' antibiotics are fine in kids with UTIs

Most children presenting to an ED are given unnecessary intravenous treatment, study says.
09 November 2018

What to do when confronted with a car collision

A GP who worked with disaster response teams offers advice.
14 September 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

Immigration bureaucrats still undermining doctors despite Hamid Khazaei's death

GP Dr Sara Townend says it is only a matter of time before another tragedy.
22 August 2018

Medical Must-Hear: Listen to this boy's 'whistling cough'

The cause turned out to be more playful than pathogenic.
16 August 2018

Triple zero callers can be referred direct to after-hours GP service

Patients with minor health problems will be transferred directly
30 July 2018

'No statistical evidence' of racial bias at emergency medicine college

A College-commissioned review gives the all-clear, as aggrieved IMGs plan their next move.
12 October 2017