Dr Justin Coleman
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When asked what technological medical advances they’d like to see over the next decade, most nice doctors mention something like wiping cervical cancer off the planet.

Me — I’d just like to cure

Dr Justin Coleman8th February 2019

ANALYSISThe news that Primary Health Care has signed a major sponsorship deal with General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA) is a cause for interest, but not yet for concern.The question is not

COMMENTChange is moving at a glacial pace, writes Dr Justin Coleman.When coroners in two states point their fingers hospital discharge summaries, as happened last week, you just know it's time for

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Exclusive data obtained by Medical Observer show that GP earnings are the lowest of all medical specialties. 

See the data here, and read normally easy-going Dr Justin Coleman's cutting

Exclusive data obtained by Australian Doctor show that GP earnings are the lowest of all medical specialties. 

See the data here, and read normally easy-going Dr Justin Coleman's cutting response

When orthopaedic surgeon Dr Chris Phoon sent someone to a local hardware store in Bega, NSW, to buy bolt cutters mid-operation, his admin bosses weren’t impressed.But I was.Dr Phoon’s hospital

THE first systematic review and meta-analysis of pharmacists providing immunisations has found that adult immunisation rates increase when pharmacists are involved in the process.

All 36 studies in

IN CASE you missed the news, last week saw the launch of the smartest medical investigation tool in the world. Or, if not that, then at least last week’s biggest health claim in the world.Ada is a

COMMENTWHEN it comes to describing patients who suffer from disease, our choice of appropriate words continues to evolve.In fact, if my use of the words ‘patient’, ‘suffer’ and ‘disease’ just grated

A study linking paracetamol use during pregnancy with behavioural problems in childhood has hit news headlines around the world, and is ranking among the most read health news stories, according to

ANALYSISA STUDY linking paracetamol use during pregnancy with behavioural problems in childhood has hit news headlines around the world, and this morning ranked first among Australian health news