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This month's articles include: The changing face of Australian general practice across the decades, From medical gaze to statistical person: Historical reflections on evidence-based and personalised medicine, A historical account of the doctor’s bag
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Volume 38, No.5, May 2009 Pages 281-282
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Letters to the editor
December - The guts of it
November - Bites
October - Vision at risk
September - Hands and feet
August - Infections that last
July - Weird Skin Stuff
June - Sexual Health
May - Sleep
The 45 year old health checkFeasibility and impact on practices and patient behaviour
AFP in Practice
Cardiovascular risk assessment in Australian general practice
Choosing general practice as a careerThe influences of education and training
GPs with special interestsBenefits to patients, GPs and the community
Could it be Henoch-Schönlein purpura?
Kids that go bump in the night
Small ‘l’ leadership
Letters to the editor
Live kidney donorsAssessment and follow up
Management of chalazia in general practice
The patient centred medical homeA new model of practice in the USA
A patient’s duty to follow up
Restless legs syndrome
Rural smokersA prevention opportunity
Sleep and depressionTheory and practice
Sleep apnoeaA general practice approach
April - Cancer Screening
March - Engaging men in health
January/February - Summer Salad
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