Neil Bramwell

Neil Bramwell

Neil is a regular feature writer and contributor for Medical Observer.

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This week, Australian Doctor rolls out its special report on domestic violence. Non-lethal strangulation is now considered…
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For more than 10 years, Frances Wooding was crippled by chronic pain after a joint of her big toe ‘shattered’ against the…
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Iceland is one of the few countries in the world to have a national screening program for diabetic retinopathy. Between…
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Advances in the use of big health data, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, may have the potential to…
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It was suggested reading for her neuroscience degree, Aldous Huxley’s The Doors of Perception, that first opened Melissa…
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It was an English clergyman called Stephen Hales, better known for his pioneering work in botany, who first measured blood…
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It was American surgeon and author Richard Selzer who, in Letters to a Young Doctor, famously wrote: “You cannot separate…
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