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Don’t Gamble With Gonorrhoea
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Sunday, 01 September 2013

Speers-David-Dr-150x150 Emerging antibiotic resistance is scaring the profession and government, with high community stakes – and gonorrhea is a good example.

 
Stigma Ends With a Handshake
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Sunday, 01 September 2013

Corrigan-Patrick-Prof-Photo-Gaylene-Galardi 150x150 Prof Patrick Corrigan was spreading the word to local groups last month on how to reduce the stigma of mental illness and there was a message for the medical profession.

 
Seeing is Believing
Written by Dr Mr Peter McClelland   
Sunday, 01 September 2013

Avatars of Vishnu.150x150 An app developed by Curtin University’s Prof Moyez Jiwa creatively uses an avatar as a motivation tool for people to lose weight.

 
Hearing is Believing
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Sunday, 01 September 2013

Coates-Harvey-Prof-in-action450x280 The battle for most kids with ear disease is won or lost in the first couple of years of life

 
No Room for Bad Behaviour
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Thursday, 01 August 2013

Hickson-Gerald-Dr Jun150x150 How to help a colleague to overcome impairment is not as hard as it sounds. Planning, leadership and respect are the keys.

 
Mental Tune-up Online
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Thursday, 01 August 2013

Koh-Tim-Dr-July13150x150 Medical Forum talks to one GP who uses a NFP online resource to help his anxiety patients, the This Way Up Clinic.

 
Fast Action Can Cure Stuttering
Written by Mr Peter McClelland   
Thursday, 01 August 2013

ipod-child150x150 Two Perth speech pathologists unpick some of the myths about stuttering in young children and say the old days of ‘wait and see’ are long gone.

 
Knowing is One Thing….
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Thursday, 01 August 2013

Wilton-Steve-Prof-Feb12150x150 Steve Wilton is edging toward a major breakthrough for those suffering some forms of muscular dystrophy, commercial realities permitting.

 
Calls Grow for Kids’ Pain Unit
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Thursday, 01 August 2013

smile-ball.150x150  About 30,000 WA children and adolescents live with ongoing pain but have no dedicated, multi-disciplinary unit

 
Health and Human Rights
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Thursday, 01 August 2013

Dr-Annie-Sparrow-cheetah150x150  Helping those who have lost everything is a way of life for Dr Annie Sparrow, who will be in Perth to discuss the plight of refugees of the Syrian conflict.

 
It’s in the Genes. Or Is It?
Written by Dr James Harraway   
Monday, 01 July 2013

Harraway-James-Dr-May13150x150 We all hear about the value of genetic testing. Genetic pathologist Dr James Harraway provides some insights on where genetic testing sits in the scheme of things.

 
Veterans Show the Way
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Monday, 01 July 2013

Menezes-Glen-Mr2 July13 Men returning home from war have, from a place of great anguish and turmoil, created a model of care that is helping everyone.

 
Old Dog, New Tricks
Written by Mr Peter McClelland   
Monday, 01 July 2013

Early-days-with-Cherelle-and-the-boys.150x150  It may have been the long way round to medicine, but for GP registrar Dr Graeme Fitzclarence, the journey has made him a better doctor.

 
Telehealth in remote ophthalmology
Written by Dr Angus Turner   
Saturday, 01 June 2013

Video-graphic150x150 There has been a long history of telehealth for retinal imaging, as part of screening for diabetic retinopathy.

 
Making a Difference
Written by Mr Peter McClelland   
Saturday, 01 June 2013

Savundra-James-Dr-surgery 150x150 Interplast is celebrating its 30th Anniversary and there’s plenty to cheer about.

 
Dedication Rewarded
Written by MF   
Saturday, 01 June 2013

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Five of WA’s most distinguished specialists were recognised for their service to the Australian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.

 
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