ISSN 1836-1935. The Journal for Research and Innovation in Health Care

January, 30 2015
AMJ a beacon

Five years ago a team of us decided we’d like to support junio...

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January, 30 2015
Thromboprophylaxis

In Australia there are two published guidelines for medical thr...

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January, 30 2015
Editor's blog

The health innovators of tomorrow will be people at the coalface...

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January, 30 2015
Genomic Medicine

Can medicine accommodate the social aspects of genetic diagnosis...

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January, 30 2015
Acute Coronary Syndrome

Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) contributes extensively to morbidi...

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January, 30 2015
Medicine Shortages

Medicine shortages are typically associated with impoverished n...

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January, 30 2015
Driving with dementia

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has predicted that by 2056, ...

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January, 30 2015
Charging for primary healthcare

Australia’s federal government has proposed an AUD $7 patient ...

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January, 30 2015
Texting for health

Mobile text reminders to patients are now common practice in man...

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January, 30 2015
Primary care is not a panacea

If primary care needs to be reformed than the first issue is to ...

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