Interpersonal, domestic, and family violence is a pervasive issue that affects people across many socioeconomic, cultural and community demographics.
Medical Council representatives recently attended the Medical Board of Australia’s (MBA) National Conference, to learn about the initiatives helping build a positive culture in medical practice.
Doctors are uniquely positioned when seeking healthcare as patients, with insights and professional experience which may assist or sometimes hinder accessing medical care.
The NSW Health Professional Councils and Health Professional Councils Authority have launched their joint Aboriginal Cultural Safety Strategy 2023 – 2024.
As a growing number of social interactions move online, boundaries can sometimes become blurred when it comes to appropriate conduct, especially on electronic platforms.
Mental health is a growing area of concern in public health, with over 2.2 million Australians reporting being diagnosed with a mental illness in 2022.
We have welcomed a new President to the Medical Council of NSW, Dr Jennie Kendrick AM (MBBS FRACGP MPH GAICD).
To mark International Women’s Day 2023 #crackingthecode: innovation for a gender equal future, we sat down with medical student and NSW Medical Student Essay Prize highly commended entrant Vivien N
The NSW Ministry of Health’s Pharmaceutical Regulatory Unit has received reports of a scam that has seen more than 30 doctors across NSW caught up in the prescribing of high strength fentanyl patch
We have had the pleasure to sit down with our NSW Medical Student Essay Prize winners and highly commended entrants, to chat about the essay process and what they have learned along the way. Our 2