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December - Neurology
November - Violence
October - Urology
September - Child development
August - Current issues in alcohol
July - Dermatology
On closer inspection
Nutrition care in general practiceAre we waiting for patients to ask?
Letters to the editor
Hair and nails
Exanthems and drug reactions
Common vulval dermatoses
Prostate specific antigen
What is a PSA test?
Persistent hoarsenessA case study
Multiple facial plaquesA case study
Adult intraosseous accessExperiences in a remote emergency department
Cosmetic surgery on childrenProfessional and legal obligations in Australia
Primary palliative careFacing twin challenges
Cholesterol lowering medicationPatients’ knowledge, attitudes and experiences
AUSDRISKApplication in general practice
Nondiabetic retinal pathologyPrevalence in diabetic retinopathy screening
Chronic hepatitis BA clinical audit of GP management
The pre-employment medicalNuisance or great opportunity?
June - Mental health
May - Menopause
April - Disability
March - Adolescent health
January/February - Gaps in practice
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