Following my hospital training, I spent a most enjoyable 10 years as a procedural GP in a small town in central NSW. My…
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When the police unlocked my ­cellar door and found me hiding there, it was my son who quickly took the pen knife from my…
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I have been collecting stories of disastrous deliveries for first-time mothers. Prima-gravidas are often lulled into images…
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The following is an extract from Dr Heather McNamee’s submission to the Queensland Parliament’s inquiry into palliative care…
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This publication is supported by funding from the Australian Government Department of Health. Common Sense Pathology is…
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The first news of Dr Ben Quin’s death came after the war was over. His wife Mary was on a train travelling home, sitting…
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Dr Tuck Meng Soo has a life story like few other GPs. Arriving in Canberra as a gay Chinese man in 1989, Dr Soo spent…
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Sometimes doing the right thing is the wrong thing. But one learns that only in retrospect. And one must live with one’s…
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