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98: Working with General Practice

Dr Kate George, General Practitioner, and Dr Angus Ritchie, Nephrologist, talk to James about how junior doctors on the wards and GPs can collaborate and work better together

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Part 2: Irrational Agency - Systemic Harm

In part 2 of Irrational Agency Eamon Merrick concludes the story of the patient in ED who had dialysis, was transferred to the wards and suffered systemic iatrogenic harm. Eamon also continues to examines the social and complex nature of decision making

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97: A career in surgery

A career in surgery can be both exceptionally rewarding and challenging. Dr Titus Kwok talks to Dr David Coker about his experience as a surgeon and some tips when considering a career in surgery.

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Part 1: Irrational Agency

In the first of a 4 part series, Eamon Merrick writes about Irrational Agency and rethinking how healthcare decision making is organised

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96: General paediatrician with Medicines Sans Frontiers

James talks to Dr Nikola Morton, General Paediatrician, about working with Medicines Sans Frontiers

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The job interview process

How do you impress an interview panel in 15 minutes? How should you dress and answer the questions asked? Read our summary of the key interview techniques addressed at an interview panel discussion

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95: Part 2 - Undifferentiated Shock

Part 2 of our podcast on an approach to the management of undifferentiated shock with Bruce Way and Dr Rob Hislop

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Everyday closing the gap

Today marks the start of NAIDOC week and this week we feature a blog by Dr Talila Milroy, about her experiences with identifying as Indigenous within the health care system

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Prescribing for Interns by Dr Sally Bath

Dr Sally Bath's prescribing tips for Interns

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12: Low urine output

Dr Rob Hislop discusses an approach to low urine output

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11: Stomas

Dr Oliver Warren discusses the junior doctor's approach to Stomas

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Arrest calls on the wards - Tips for junior doctors

Dr Mat Oliver's tips for junior doctors attending arrest calls on the wards

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16: Tips & Tricks for IDC's

Dr Nariman Ahmadi discusses tips and tricks for IDC's

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13: Fever

Dr Andie Lee discusses fever on the wards

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Helpful Tips for Surviving Internship

Great tips on getting through internship by Dr Lucy Cain

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Clinical images and the use of personal mobile devices

A guide for medical students and doctors by AMA and MIIAA

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Topical Items

Part 2: Irrational Agency - Systemic Harm

In part 2 of Irrational Agency Eamon Merrick concludes the story of the patient in ED who had dialysis, was transferred to the wards and suffered systemic iatrogenic harm. Eamon also continues to examines the social and complex nature of decision making

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The job interview process

How do you impress an interview panel in 15 minutes? How should you dress and answer the questions asked? Read our summary of the key interview techniques addressed at an interview panel discussion

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72: Anxiety

James discusses anxiety disorders with Dr Julian Nasti

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74: Nasogastric tubes

Dr Rewa Keegan gives her tips and tricks for nasogastric tube (NGT) placement

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77: Psychosis

Dr Joanne Ferguson talks to James about Psychosis and how recognition, assessment and management ensures safety of patient and those around them

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The Pressure of Perfect in Medicine

Studies show links between perfectionism and medical practitioners. Abhi writes of the pressure of leading and pursuing the perfect life

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Surviving and Thriving in your Surgical Rotations - Part 1: On the Surgical Ward

Dr Rewa Keegan, general surgeon, gives some hints and tips on how to survive and thrive on a surgical rotation as a junior doctor

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Top 10 Tips for Surviving Internship - Tip 4

Medicine is a team sport and effective teamwork is an essential element of delivering safe patient care. In Tip #4: Work as a Team, James explores the junior doctor's role when working within different healthcare teams.

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