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An overview of the most recent scientiﬁc and organisational literature to inform readers about the current state of knowledge on climate change and its relationship to human health.
Review of the epidemiology of HPeV in Australia since 2013 and provides guidance to clinicians on the management of suspected infection.
A clinically focused, evidence-based approach to the medical and surgical management of two of the most common causes of menstrual disturbance.
Epidemiology, pathophysiology and clinical management of CIC (chronic idiopathic constipation) in adults.
An overview of current guidelines regarding NRT use in pregnancy, considering the existing evidence base on safety, efﬁcacy and effectiveness.
Developments in the understanding of the pathology, diagnosis and management of sarcoidosis.
The AMA National Conference will address contemporary issues in healthcare and the medical profession.
Join doctors in training for this exciting conference and career expo, while networking with prospective employers and colleges.
Learn from a panel of experts teaching and mentoring strategies and techniques that will your style as a teacher, trainer and mentor.
A cultural competency education program building knowledge and capacity in the services sector.
An overview of privacy obligations, and the steps needed to implement a compliant privacy management program in a medical practice.
Understand the AMA Ethical Guidelines for Doctors Acting as Medical Witnesses 2011. Revised 2016 when called upon as the treating doctor or an independent expert witness.
The AMA Guidelines for Doctors on Managing Conflicts of Interest in Medicine 2018 assist in appropriately identifying and managing actual and potential conflicts of interest in the practice of Medicine.
Writing a professional Curriculum Vitae (CV) is an essential part of the application process for medical employment, training and advisory roles.
The role of compliance in the Medicare system, relevant regulations and legislation, obligations with regards to claiming, and relevant processes and procedures.
Changing the medical approach to End of Life care through good communication, by fostering a cultural change.
Guiding doctors in supporting patients to be active in managing their own health care and make their own informed health care decisions.