Published Articles

Junior doctors go cold on GP training

And the Medicare freeze is to blame, says former RACGP president Dr Liz Marles.
13 March 2019

Pressure builds for reform on 'voiceless' unaccredited registrars

Public hospitals are allegedly exploiting a shortfall in training positions by overworking junior doctors desperate for good references.
21 February 2019

Eight months on: 'broken' surgical registrar speaks out on the fallout since resigning

And what it's like having everyone tell you what to do with your life.
08 February 2019

Exclusive: how the RACP chose Pearson Vue to run its registrar exam

New report exposes even more flaws in college's choice of vendor.
29 January 2019

Student with cerebral palsy calls out med school 'disability bias'

There should be at least 10 places a year for aspiring doctors with disabilities, she says.
18 October 2018

Which medical school is Australia's most popular?

Lesson #1: Don't look to the big cities for a satisfying medical education experience.
05 October 2018

Row over medical student selection: Read medical dean’s comments in full

Professor Richard Murray triggered a fierce debate when he suggested changing the way medical students are selected
17 November 2017