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December - Neurology
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
Gaps, holes and change
Adaptability Building an academic workforce with GPs
Letters to the editor
General practiceWorkforce gaps now and in 2020
Indigenous healthA role for private general practice
Appointments Getting it right
Why haven’t I changed that?Therapeutic inertia in general practice
Peer review A safety and quality improvement initiative in a general practice
Management of severe asthma in children
Recalcitrant nongenital warts
Dual energy X-ray absorptiometry
Bone density testing
Mallet fingerManagement and patient compliance
Making a differenceAre you game?
Procedural skills in general practice vocational trainingWhat should be taught?
Screening for physical inactivity in general practiceA test of diagnostic accuracy
Teaching procedural skills in general practice
Communities of practiceQuality improvement or research in general practice
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