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NDIS must have sector input
Written by Ms Julie Waylen   
Tuesday, 01 December 2015

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People who have a disability or those their carers must have a say in the NDIS process.

 
Carers have rights
Written by Ms Rosie Barton   
Tuesday, 01 December 2015

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Doctors and carers need to communicate more effectively about palliative care.

 
Travelling the road together
Written by Dr Hilary Fine   
Sunday, 01 November 2015

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Doctors can never stand idly by when things go wrong.

 
NDIS for mentally ill
Written by Prof Malcolm Hopwood   
Sunday, 01 November 2015

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The President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists urges thorough planning of ther NDIS.

 
AHPRA process falls short
Written by Dr Roger Paterson   
Thursday, 01 October 2015

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The complaint process against colleagues appears flawed.

 
No natural justice
Written by Dr Don Kane   
Thursday, 01 October 2015

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Legal representation may not have the docs’ interests at heart.

 
Report response balanced
Written by Mr Kim Snowball   
Thursday, 01 October 2015

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The national regulation scheme is relatively new, needs some fine tuning but it sound.

 
Stick to the evidence
Written by Dr Elaine Bennet PhD   
Thursday, 01 October 2015

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Emotive colloquialisms paint the wrong picture of attachment.

 
NPS data mining
Written by Dr Philip Green   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015

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Practice opt-ins dangerous for individual privacy

 
AHPRA and process
Written by A/Prof Robyn Collins   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015

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AHPRA must adhere to process to ensure fairness.

 
We need to dig deeper
Written by Mr Tim Spokes   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015

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It’s not always what you see that impacts on process.

 
Why I went ‘corporate’
Written by Dr Peter Winterton   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015

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The reality of the modern health system makes private general practice almost impossible.

 
Telehealth Champions
Written by Dr Michael Watson   
Saturday, 01 August 2015

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Benefits for health consumers from telehealth but who will foot the bills? Dr Michael Watson wonders…

 
Babies at Bentley
Written by Dr Greg Caddy   
Saturday, 01 August 2015

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If babies are not delivered at Bentley Hospital, where then? The system can’t cope as one GP obstetrician explains.

 
NPS Script Data Mining. And NPS Response
Written by Dr Bill Chapman   
Saturday, 01 August 2015

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What your doctor prescribes may be used by Canberra or him/her to learn more – what will they find?

 
Testosterone Cutbacks
Written by Prof Tim Welborn   
Saturday, 01 August 2015

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Reasons for taking testosterone vary and some health problems should be excluded first – an endocrinologist explains.

 
Money for Nothin’?
Written by Dr Colin Hughes   
Saturday, 01 August 2015

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General practice is complex and GP are under time pressures like never before…as Dr Hughes outlines.

 
Picking a psychologist
Written by Dr Jillian Horton   
Wednesday, 01 July 2015

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There are nine endorsed titles for psychology. Here’s a guide.

 
What’s in a name?
Written by Dr Mark Hanikeri   
Wednesday, 01 July 2015

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Surgeon title should not be a free-for-all

 
Poor Process, Ordinary Outcome
Written by Dr Amro Labib   
Monday, 01 June 2015

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Mistaken identity puts one doctor at loggerheads with AHPRA..

 
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