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Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers® to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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Huffington Post Australia

Doctors Warn Of $25 'GP Tax' Unless Liberals Change Health Policy
Huffington Post Australia
The Australian Medical Association has warned that doctors are "at breaking point" and may need to start charging up to $25 for a GP visit under the Coalition's health policies. Just days out from the July 2 election, the AMA has claimed that doctors ...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Why doctors need better sex education
The Sydney Morning Herald
Over the years I have seen many clients experiencing problems relating to sexual issues or suffering from some sort of sexual dysfunction. Many turn to their GPs, but while going to the doctor is straightforward if you have stomach pains, seeking help ...



Doctors should boycott Nauru: ethicists
NEWS.com.au
Prof Faunce also wants doctors who receive patients from these centres to refuse to return them. Media and other reports from Manus Island and Nauru have raised concerns about the quality of medical care provided and whether health care professionals ...

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The Conversation AU

Doctors still provide too many dying patients with needless treatment
The Conversation AU
Many doctors are continuing to provide end-of-life patients with needless treatments that only worsen the quality of their last days, new research shows. Our review published in the International Journal for Quality in Health Care found that on average ...

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The Australian Financial Review

Australian doctors warn Europe on asylum seekers
The Australian Financial Review
Australian ethicists and doctors have drawn international attention to the way Australia deals with "boat people" and have cautioned Europe against following its example. Europe, now contending with the largest migration since World War II as a result ...

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Doctors, family often afraid to let elderly die with dignity
The Australian
Dr Cardona-Morrell said lack of communication was the primary problem, with patients failing to tell family and doctors how they wanted to end their days. Even when patients outlined their wishes in “advance care directives”, the documents often did ...

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Bendigo Advertiser

Wise words for wannabe doctors
Bendigo Advertiser
Speech pathology student Sarah Palmer said it was important health professionals acknowledged the importance of effective communication, calling on time-poor doctors to be patient when meeting with a communication-challenged person. “There would ...



NEWS.com.au

Doctors are calling for an end to the Medicare rebate freeze. Picture: Supplied
NEWS.com.au
A survey of over 640 doctors has found only 43 per cent of GPs bulk bill 80-100 per cent of their patients. The survey by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners given exclusively to News Corp directly undermines government claims bulk ...
GP glut? We need more doctors in larger clinicsThe Australian

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Brisbane Times

Brisbane after hours doctors a better option than emergency departments
Brisbane Times
A third of patients in the country's biggest health service area are filling up emergency departments with minor problems such as ankle sprains and viral infections, prompting a plea from doctors. Officials said the results were concerning and could ...



Bloomberg

A Better Way to Educate Doctors
Bloomberg
And this project -- the Dell Medical School (it also has funding from the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation) -- is well justified, because its curriculum breaks from tradition to address the challenges doctors increasingly face in the effort to improve ...

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