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'Drink Coke, Exercise More?': where conflict of interest is a Real Thing

'Drink Coke, Exercise More?': where conflict of interest is a Real Thing

Marie McInerneyAug 14, 2015

Governments shouldn't be able to censor research results they don't like

Governments shouldn't be able to censor research results they don't like

fronjacksonwebbJul 21, 2015

Kypros Kypri writes: Government departments and agencies routinely commission research to help them understand and respond to health, social and other problems. We expe

As the pictures show, the Border Force Act has opened a new health front for the Government

As the pictures show, the Border Force Act has opened a new health front for the Government

Melissa SweetJul 13, 2015

Since its first Budget, the Abbott Government has been on a collision course with much of the health sector o

Working with asylum seekers in immigration detention: clinical and medical ethics update

Working with asylum seekers in immigration detention: clinical and medical ethics update

Jennifer DoggettJul 5, 20153 Comments

Coke really is part of the solution! And not just for obesity…

Coke really is part of the solution! And not just for obesity…

Jennifer DoggettJul 3, 20153 Comments

Australia’s health bodies unite to protest

Australia’s health bodies unite to protest "appalling gag" on doctors, nurses working in detention centres

Marie McInerneyJun 20, 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

A call for women MPs to come together, across party lines, on abortion reform in NSW, Qld

A call for women MPs to come together, across party lines, on abortion reform in NSW, Qld

Marie McInerneyMay 22, 20159 Comments

Significant reform in 2008 in Victoria of the state’s abortion law was achieved – say Professors Heather Douglas and Caroline de Costa – because women MPs overwhe

Right to die campaigner Rodney Syme accuses RACP of

Right to die campaigner Rodney Syme accuses RACP of "stifling debate" on euthanasia

Marie McInerneyMay 20, 20156 Comments

Outsourcing puts Medical Journal of Australia at risk: former editor Stephen Leeder

Marie McInerneyMay 6, 2015

There's been shock and dismay in the Australian health and medical community over the news that leading medical academic Stephen Leeder was sacked as editor-in-chief of the Medical Jour