Can it really be true that 50% of research is unpublished?

The BMJ, 5 June 2017 By Paul Glasziou and Iain … [Read more...]

ARI Decision Aid Trial 2017

ATTENTION: We are currently recruiting GP practices to take part in a randomised trial Please click on the image¬†below for more information: … [Read more...]

Global push reform way we define disease

A group of international experts today released the first ever guidance for medical panels which make changes to disease definitions, in a landmark … [Read more...]

Budget 2017: Generic Medicines

Click below to read the article: Dr Chris Del Mar, Professor of Public Health from Health Sciences & Medicine discusses the impact of the … [Read more...]

Budget 2017 sees Medicare rebate …

Budget 2017 sees Medicare rebate freeze slowly lifted and more funding for the NDIS: experts respond The future of the NDIS is seemingly secured in … [Read more...]

How to rein in the widening disease definitions …

How to rein in the widening disease definitions that label more healthy people as sick Medical panels are constantly … [Read more...]

Rule changes to ‘wining and dining’ of doctors by drug companies ‘a step backwards’

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-13/rule-changes-to-wining-and-dining-of-doctors-by-drug-companies/8258520   … [Read more...]

Swallowing It: How Australians are spending billions on unproven vitamins and supplements

13 February 2017 Swallowing It, reported by Geoff Thompson and presented by Sarah Ferguson ABC Four Corners Click on the link to … [Read more...]

Alarm at overuse and underuse of medical procedures: Lancet report

There are renewed concerns about the overuse and the underuse of medical treatments within the health system in Australia. A new series of reports … [Read more...]

Music boosts recovery from surgery, reduces pain

http://www.emtv.com.pg/news/2015/08/music-boosts-recovery-from-surgery-reduces-pain/   … [Read more...]