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What helps GPs provide better care to patients with mental disorders? And what doesn't?

Melissa SweetMar 30, 2012

A Canadian study investigating the factors that help and hinder GPs in providin

Tackling some of the tribal divisions within health

Melissa SweetMar 29, 20122 Comments

Attending recent conferences, I was struck by two comments which, in their own ways, say much about the silos and divisions within the health sector. During a session where GP regist

Why won't the Federal Government support a no fault compo scheme for vaccine-related injuries?

Why won't the Federal Government support a no fault compo scheme for vaccine-related injuries?

Melissa SweetMar 29, 2012

The Federal Government needs to do a much better job of explaining the reasons for its reluctance to introduce a no fault compensation scheme for vaccine-related injuries, according to

Health & medical celebrations at The Conversation, plus a wrap of other health media news

Melissa SweetMar 29, 20121 Comment

Twitter celebrated its sixth birthday last w

Ensuring that research makes a difference: some practical advice

Melissa SweetMar 26, 20121 Comment

As previously mentioned

Marking World TB Day with a call for urgent action on an international "health emergency"

Melissa SweetMar 23, 2012

On the eve of World TB Day, governments, international donors and drug companies are being urged to step up their

Hearing from the people about the need for aged care reform

Hearing from the people about the need for aged care reform

Melissa SweetMar 23, 2012

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Unpicking some of the barriers to better collaboration between health professionals involved in diabetes care

Melissa SweetMar 23, 2012

There is so much rhetoric in the health sector about the importance of collaboration, multidisciplinary approaches and teamwork. But there are many barriers to translating the rhetoric

The next Queensland Government has some heavy lifting to do in health

Melissa SweetMar 21, 20122 Comments

A major challenge for the next Queensland Government will be to address systemic problems within the health sector, says

Improving the management of dementia in general practice

Melissa SweetMar 21, 2012

In its latest Croakey update, the Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (better known as PHC RIS) reports on a n

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