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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.

 
Taking on PNG’s HPV Crisis
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Tuesday, 01 October 2013

PNG-girls-in-traditional-dress150x150 Seeing too many women from the West New Britain province of PNG with late-stage cancer of the cervix prompted Prof David Wood to start a campaign to save lives into the next generation.

 
A Man of Letters
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Tuesday, 01 October 2013

Chaney-Ric-Dr 450x280 For 25 years, GP Ric Chaney has seen the havoc and tragedy caused by HIV-AIDS

 
Building Peel for the Future
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Friday, 27 September 2013

Sturdy-Margaret-Dr-Cass-Ryall-Kevin 150x150 It’s been a controversial 12 months in the life of the Peel Health Campus but new management is determined to smooth the waters and create a new focus for the region.

 
FASD and a Town that Won’t Give Up
Written by Ms Jan Hallam   
Sunday, 01 September 2013

Oscar-June-Ms 150x150 In 2007 Fitzroy Crossing became a dry community after lobbying by a determined group of women. Now those same women have turned their attention to FASD.

 
Justifying Childhood Research in WA
Written by Dr Rob McEvoy   
Sunday, 01 September 2013

Carapetis-Jonathon-Dr-Aug13150x150 Reputations, competitive funding, and attracting career researchers are some of the things occupying the mind of TICHR head Prof Jonathan Carapetis.

 
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.

 
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