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The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens' troubling mental health.

Kellie BissetAug 17, 2015

 

The power of words: 'why we need to stop talking about inequality'

The power of words: 'why we need to stop talking about inequality'

Marie McInerneyAug 12, 2015

Winter hospital bed crisis – could we be doing better?

Marie McInerneyAug 11, 20151 Comment

Most non-urgent elective surgery in Adelaide's public hospitals was cancelled last week and some patients transferred to neighbouring regional hospitals after SA Health faced its

Pension funds pressure pharma companies to disclose trial data

Pension funds pressure pharma companies to disclose trial data

Jennifer DoggettAug 2, 2015

On the risks to health, environment that must be dealt with in the TransPacific Partnership Agreement

Marie McInerneyJul 24, 2015

Counting down to next week's 'home stretch', The Economist says the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) looms as the

As we fiddle with GST rises to fund health, South Australia sees big 'short-sighted' cuts to public health

As we fiddle with GST rises to fund health, South Australia sees big 'short-sighted' cuts to public health

Marie McInerneyJul 20, 2015

The Health Wrap: Indigenous incarceration disgrace, let's talk about smoking, Budget fairness test, all things Evidence

The Health Wrap: Indigenous incarceration disgrace, let's talk about smoking, Budget fairness test, all things Evidence

Kellie BissetJun 9, 20151 Comment

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Professor David Sackett, a ‘giant’ of evidence-based medicine, dies aged 80

Professor David Sackett, a ‘giant’ of evidence-based medicine, dies aged 80

Jennifer DoggettJun 4, 20151 Comment

The Health Wrap: A budget health check; medical school war of words; eyes on Ebola; pharmacy deal dispensed; all things equal

The Health Wrap: A budget health check; medical school war of words; eyes on Ebola; pharmacy deal dispensed; all things equal

Kellie BissetMay 24, 2015

'Friends of the MJA' call for reversal of AMPCo decisions to sack editor, outsource to Elsevier

'Friends of the MJA' call for reversal of AMPCo decisions to sack editor, outsource to Elsevier

Marie McInerneyMay 22, 2015

A Friends of the MJA group has been set up to protest the recent decision by the Australian Medical Publishing Company (AMPCo) to