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Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a leading cause of cancer deaths both globally and in Australia.
Acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) cause significant morbidity and premature mortality among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Paracetamol is a common agent taken in deliberate self‐poisoning and in accidental overdose in adults and children. Paracetamol poisoning is the commonest cause of severe acute liver injury.
Adjuvant endocrine therapy improves oncological outcomes in women with oestrogen receptor-positive early breast cancer, but can accelerate bone loss, which predisposes to increased fracture risk.
Gender‐affirming hormone therapy is effective and, in the short term, relatively safe with appropriate monitoring.
In Australia, mental health conditions arising as a result of work factors are a leading cause of long-term work incapacity and absenteeism.
This module provides information on how to prepare for interviews, so that you can enter the interview with confidence and a structured approach to demonstrate your suitability for the position.
Mycobacterium ulcerans causes an infectious disease known internationally as Buruli ulcer.
This module provides details on what to expect throughout various interview processes, so that you can approach these in a well-informed manner.
Discover how to prepare applications for job and college positions, so that you will be offered a seat at the interview table.
Dermoscopy is a clinical technique that allows for a detailed examination of skin lesions and is more clinically accurate in skin oncology than other diagnostic tools. Extensively used as an educational text, previous editions of this atlas have led to s
A practical guide to improving quality and safety in hospitals. High-quality and safe health care can be difficult to achieve, requiring cultural change, which in turn can only occur through the dedicated, consistent efforts of clinical safety champions.
The Australian Sports Medicine Collaborative (ASMC) believes there is a need for clear, unequivocal and reliable information to be readily accessible to all members of the community.
The AMA has released its updated Position Statement on Conscientious Objection 2019. The policy was reviewed as part of the AMA’s routine, five-year policy review cycle.
The AMA’s Guidelines have been written to assist doctors to fulfil their ethical and professional obligations towards patients in terms of upholding professional boundaries and carrying out patient examinations.
Professor Bruce Campbell outlines the current state of evidence and practice in Australia and talks about the advances made in stroke medicine in the past decade and breakthroughs that may be on the horizon.
Information about what’s needed for application processes in each Australian state and territory.