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Federal Budget Health Changes
Written by MF   
Friday, 16 May 2014

budget Compiled by Stephen Milgate, National Co-ordinator, ASADA

 

 

 
MDA/MIGA Merger Likely
Written by MF   
Thursday, 01 May 2014

Rait-Julian-Prof Sept12150x150 This proposed merger will leave three providers in the medical indemnity market.

 
Battling Diabetes in the Bush
Written by Mr Peter McClelland   
Thursday, 01 May 2014

bush.150 Carnarvon medicos and health workers take on diabetes.

 
Making a Splash for Leukaemia
Written by Mr Peter McClelland   
Thursday, 01 May 2014

Dr-Matt-Wright-Dr-Quintin-Hughes-150 Dr Matt Wright and Dr Quintin Hughes conquered jellyfish and exhaustion...

 
It’s Not Just About Money
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Wednesday, 02 April 2014

ED-SJOG-Murdoch 2 EDs are expensive places to practise medicine and Murdoch ED has a unique set of circumstances heading its way, as Medical Forum found out.

 
Practice Trends in Online Bookings
Written by Website update   
Wednesday, 02 April 2014

Click Hand WebHelp A survey of AAPM practice managers show that they see online bookings are the way of the future.

 
Rural Clinical School Validates!
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Saturday, 01 March 2014

Riley-Geoff-Prof1-Nov11.150x150 The road has been long for the Rural Clinical School of WA but the hard work looks as if it’s starting to pay off..

 
Eyes Fixed on Rural Needs
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Saturday, 01 March 2014

Bailey-Belinda-Ms-Sept11.150x150 As Rural Health West gets ready to celebrate 25 years, the need for a coordinated response to the rural medical shortage continues.

 
Kidney Exchange: Solution for Some
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Saturday, 01 March 2014

Heads-looking-down150Prof Paolo Ferrari is busy since live donor kidney exchange became more popular.

 
WA Health’s Innovations
Written by Medical Forum   
Saturday, 01 February 2014

Robinson-Bruce-Prof-Oct13.150x150 The WA Health Conference brought new ideas and innovators to Perth to explore some of the thorny issues of the system.

 
If Mum or Dad Had a Stroke…
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Saturday, 01 February 2014

logo Preventative measures are showing positive effects on the number of strokes, but the fast-ageing population is putting timely stroke treatments under the microscope.

 
Stroke Treatment Goes Begging
Written by Dr Timothy Bates   
Saturday, 01 February 2014

Bates-Timothy-Dr-Jan14 When it goes wrong it can go horribly wrong

 
Creative Thinking to the Test
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Friday, 01 November 2013

woman-praying150x150 Desperate times inevitable create innovative soluttions, That’s the message New Zealand health administrator Mr Geraint Martin will be bringing to Perth this month.

 
Medical Forum Earns its Stripes
Written by Editor   
Friday, 01 November 2013

Shakur-Kitty-Dr-Oct 150x150 Winner, and some results of the 2013 readership survey.

 
Standing Up for Abused Elderly
Written by Mr Peter McClelland   
Friday, 01 November 2013

Mr-Greg-Mahney-CEO-Advocare-Sept 13150x150 An ageing population and care centred in the home have made elder abuse part of a public conversation we need to have.

 
Busting Myths about Palliative Care
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Friday, 01 November 2013

Blackwell-Scott-Dr-Jul08.150x150 The next few decades, as the population ages, will see palliative care services become an essential part of the health system.

 
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