This issue’s theme is health inequities and justice. It features Prof Sir Michael Marmot’s visit to the Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation, the launch of the anti-child abuse campaign Stop the Clock, the risks presented by privatising healthcare in prisons, and profiles of both A/Prof Kelvin Kong, and Dr Kerri Eagle.
The theme of this issue is obesity. In this special edition, we examine the factors that lead to obesity, the challenges of dealing with childhood obesity, and the benefits of a sugar tax. We also feature a profile on the NSW Health Minister, The Hon. Brad Hazzard.
The theme of this issue is medical indemnity. Almost 15 years ago the medical profession faced one of the biggest battles it’s ever fought. To understand the future sometimes we need to look at the past.
This month’s cover is dedicated to outgoing AMA (NSW) Charitable Foundation Chair, A/Prof John Gullotta. Beyond our cover story, this issue of NSW Doctor provides ongoing coverage of action on doctor suicide, racism being faced by people working in hospitals, the Federal Budget, doctors working in war zones, and more.
This month’s issue of The NSW Doctor is all about bad reviews of doctors, some ways you can protect your online space from harassers, and a profile on A/Prof Munjed Al Muderis and the vitriolic campaign waged against him by a former patient. We also cover doctors-turned tech entrepreneurs, a group set up to improve immigrants’ health literacy, and more.
The theme for this month’s issue of The NSW Doctor is workforce and training in rural and regional NSW. Stories include: providing opportunities for medical graduates to find work and build careers outside of major cities, the benefits of working in rural areas, and more.