Good workplace = good outcomes

Where you practise can have significant effects on the care you can provide to your patients and your own well-being.  Excessive workloads, unreasonable expectations, inadequate resources and lack of support can place extraordinary pressures on you. 

A palliative care inquest. Making the best care, better

When an inquest concerning treatment provided in a hospital is announced, staff at all levels feel anxious and apprehensive about the care they have provided being subjected to such public scrutiny.

Victorian Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation – What does it mean?

It is the first time in over 20 years that such a regime has been legal anywhere in Australia. It follows multiple unsuccessful attempts to introduce such a regime in different parts of Australia.

Featured Articles

Anti-Social Media

This case demonstrates the increasingly porous boundaries between professional and personal conduct.

Midwives snapshot – The essentials of follow-up

Fulfilling the duty of care for ’follow-up’ is primarily a matter of communication supported by good systems.

Medicare Shared Debt Recovery Scheme

Over the last few years Medicare has been increasing its audit activity where it suspects practitioners of inappropriate billing.

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