When the Federal Government made telehealth universally available as a safety measure during the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, it was life-changing for many people.
The doctor-patient relationship is the bedrock of medical practice.
Ensuring patients have given their informed consent to a course of medical treatment is integral to safe medical practice and is embedded in everyday language as a doctor.
I am delighted to bring you a jam-packed issue which I hope you find both interesting and valuable.
In recent years there has been an increase in complaints about compounded medicines supplied by community pharmacies.
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has released a position statement for practitioners and students encouraging registered health practitioners and students (particularly
The Doctor’s Health Advisory Service (DHAS) provides a confidential phone back sup
The demands on our profession this year are no secret, even to the broader community. However, what may not be so obvious to many is that some of our colleagues are suffering.
The decision to leave medicine is never easy but doctors who retire, sell their practice or are suspended still have record-keeping obligations under legislation and best-practice guidelines.