WA News Letters
Options for Unintended Pregnancy
Written by Dr Andre Schultz   
Sunday, 01 June 2014

Schultz-Andre-Dr May14Young women need pregnancy support rather than more abortion access.

Listening to Consumers
Written by Mr Roger Cook   
Sunday, 01 June 2014

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Consumers are finding a voice in health care policy.

Common Sense in Short Supply
Written by Dr David Borshoff   
Sunday, 01 June 2014


Common sense and leadership are secrets to success.

Ruby’s Case is Complex
Written by Mr Michael Mischin, Attorney General of WA   
Sunday, 01 June 2014

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The Coroner’s Court is working overtime to clear the backlog of cases.

Specialist Referrals Unplugged
Written by Dr Rohan Gay,   
Thursday, 01 May 2014


Seeing patients for referrals is crucial if we are to effectively perform our oversight role

Free Counselling for Abuse Victims
Written by Ms Charmaine Kennedy   
Thursday, 01 May 2014

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The Royal Commission Support Service run by Relationships Australia provides....

Cervical Screening Program Renewal
Written by Ms Nerida Steel   
Thursday, 01 May 2014

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The National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) is undergoing a Renewal.

Scramble for the spoils
Written by Ms Maxine Drake, Health Consumer Advocate   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014

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There seems to be a doctors’ vow of silence regarding competition in their own market place

Value the GP More
Written by Dr Frances Cadden   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014


There is, however, a disparity in working hours between the older and the younger GP

Dollars not necessarily sense
Written by Mr Frank Prokop   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014

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Price is a crude and poor signal of demand and supply in health

What’s there, not missing
Written by Mr Graeme Innes   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014

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for me it’s not about what's missing – it’s about what's there.

Online appointments
Written by Dr Frank Jones   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014


Timely access is a perennial problem.

Public vs Private – Who Pays?
Written by Mr Roger Cook   
Saturday, 01 March 2014

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Fiona Stanley Hospital delays are evidence of the State Government’s privatisation agenda unravelling, says Opposition Health Spokesman, Mr Roger Cook

Having the conversation
Written by Mr Christopher McGowan   
Sunday, 01 December 2013

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The core of advance care planning is ‘having the conversation’

Changing the mindset
Written by Adj A/Prof Yasmin Naglazas   
Sunday, 01 December 2013

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Community attitudes are changing and they need to be supported with a higher level of awareness and appropriate action amongst hospital-based clinicians

Doctors’ important role
Written by Ms Pauline Bagdonavicius   
Sunday, 01 December 2013


It is particularly important that medical professionals are aware of the options and the consequent actions

Community Action on Ear Health
Written by C/Prof Francis Lannigan   
Wednesday, 06 November 2013

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More GPs for HIV Medicine
Written by Dr Lewis Marshall   
Sunday, 03 November 2013


We really need GPs to help provide holistic care to people living with HIV.

HIV: A Modern Perspective
Written by Mr Andrew Burry, CEO, WA AIDS Council   
Saturday, 02 November 2013

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There is a ‘mystique’ about HIV that was developed in the days of crisis and death;.

Dose reduction in WA essential
Written by Dr Mark Hamlin, Radiologist, Imaging Central,   
Saturday, 02 November 2013


The key challenge in dose reduction is to preserve high image quality with less radiation..

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