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Crossing the line with patient boundaries

Clear communication and being conscious of patient boundaries are the most effective ways to avoid misunderstandings in the doctor–patient relationship.

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Surviving internship and beyond

MDA National’s Live Well Work Well Retreat held in March this year was designed to help junior doctors learn strategies on managing the stresses and work-leisure challenges during training years and beyond. 

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Communicating urgent pathology test results

When urgent test results can’t be communicated in time to the medical practitioner or medical practice requesting the tests, it can lead to serious consequences.

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Voluntary assisted dying – what you need to know

Voluntary assisted dying (VAD) laws come into effect on 19 June 2019 in Victoria. Importantly, medical practitioners are prohibited from initiating discussions or suggesting VAD to any person.

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Dealing with declined treatment

It’s well known that a doctor needs to have the informed consent of the patient (or their substitute decision-maker) before any treatment can be provided, except in emergencies. 

Clinical

13 Jun 2019

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Finding your niche in medicine

Ikigai was my first step in creating a career map for myself. It didn’t give me specific answers, but it helped me rediscover the meaning in my work and guided me in finding my niche.

13 Jun 2019

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Medicine – a blessed profession

Whether with a drug, a scalpel or a kind word, it’s truly a blessed profession we have chosen. Or perhaps it has chosen us.

12 Jun 2019

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My Health Record – are you prepared?

With My Health Record (MHR) becoming a more routine part of your medical practice, this is a good time to consider whether you’re prepared.

 

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11 Apr 2019

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Podcasts

11 Apr 2019