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Volume 40, No.12, December 2011 Pages 943-943
‘Our bodies are a temporary arrangement. But at its core the business of medicine struggles against this basic fact. Healing begins when we can’t fix what is broken’.
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When we can’t fix what is broken
Multiple sclerosis Diagnosis, management and prognosis
Traumatic brain injuryLong term care of patients in general practice
Motor neurone diseaseCaring for the patient in general practice
Frontotemporal dementia Features, diagnosis and management
Lactational mastitis and breast abscess Diagnosis and management in general practice
Monomorphous papulopustular rash A case study
ACEI associated angioedemaA case study and review
Melanoma Improving diagnosis in general practice
Teaching medical studentsEthical challenges
Australia’s systems of primary healthcareThe need for improved coordination and implications for Medicare Locals
An online course in clinical educationExperiences of Australian clinicians
Moving with the times Familiarity versus formality in Australian general practice
Family law matters A guide for GPs
A partnership for healthWorking with schools to promote healthy lifestyle
Academic posts at The University of Melbourne28 years of history
HoMER An opportunity or threat to general practice research?
November - Violence
October - Urology
September - Child development
August - Current issues in alcohol
July - Dermatology
June - Mental health
May - Menopause
April - Disability
March - Adolescent health
January/February - Gaps in practice
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