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SURVEY CLOSED: Are sub 40-minute care plans legit?

Medicare task force suggests a 40-minute time limit to stop rorts.
10 January 2019

Summer long reads: 6 of our best in-depth stories from 2018

From ketamine prescribing to refugee health, catch up on our most popular longform journalism from the past 12 months.
03 January 2019

'It will get worse': Aussie GP recalls experience at epicentre of Ebola crisis

Dr Saschveen Singh says nothing prepared her for the reality of providing hands-on clinical care while wearing personal protective equipment.
19 December 2018

2018: The year in review

The controversies and injustices highlighted the importance of caring for doctors.
18 December 2018

Explainer: Will new mandatory reporting rules reassure GPs?

AusDoc speaks with Avant's Georgie Haysom on the legislation currently being considered in Queensland.
17 December 2018

Is the Chinese human gene-editing experiment genuine?

Australian-based experts are condemning a 'monstrous' test to protect twins from HIV.
30 November 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

Q&A: Granting prescribing rights to registered nurses

'Not on my watch,' says the RACGP's Dr Harry Nespolon.
09 October 2018

Surviving complaints: doctors tell of their experiences at the hands of AHPRA

Colleagues weigh in with support for those subject to AHPRA investigations
28 August 2018

The Bawa-Garba interview: 'I made some wrong clinical judgements - I wish I hadn't'

Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba spoke publicly about her ordeal in the days before last week’s decision to overturn her ban.
24 August 2018