Australian Family Physician
Australian Family Physician


The first 3 months

May Vol 41 (5) 257-352
AFP > 2012 > May



Lisa Valenti, Helena Britt, Janice Charles

Gastro-oesophageal reflux in children

Katie Allen, Shaun SC Ho


Emma Ryan, Lachlan Warren

Common rashes in neonates

John Su

The 6 week check

Michael Fasher

Up front

Bad questions?

Carolyn O’Shea

Letters to the editor


Fructose and lactose testing

Jacqueline S Barrett, Peter R Gibson


Kelly Gray, Paul Gibbons

Smoking and depression

Colin P Mendelsohn

Lesions on tattooed skin

Sergio Vano-Galvan, Marta Urech, Emiliano Grillo, Pedro Jaén Olasolo

Lead exposure

Donald A Howarth


Management of hypertension in general practice

Mark Nelson, Emily Hansen, Faline S Howes

Staphylococcus aureus

Rebecca Warren

Venous leg ulcer management in general practice

Carolina Weller, Sue Evans


Youth health services

Michael Cummings, Melissa Kang

Making decisions about fertility

Danielle Mazza, Leslie Cannold, Cate Nagle, Fiona McKay, Bianca Brijnath

Back pages

Book reviews

Clinical challenge

Sarah Metcalfe


Gastro-oesophageal reflux in children – what’s the worry?

Associate Professor Katie Allen is a paediatric gastroenterologist and allergist who discusses reflux in the infant and the role of cows milk protein allergy

Management of hypertension in general practice – a qualitative needs assessment of Australian GPs

Faline Howes as a GP and researcher who discusses her research into what GPs think is needed to help improve the systematic management of hypertension

The 6 week check – an opportunity for continuity of care

Dr Michael Fasher is a GP who discusses the '6 week check' - suggesting an approach and some common issues


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