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Rosie Batty, the 2015 Australian of the Year, talks about the role doctors must play in the campaign against domestic violence. "Doctors are very often the first person a victim of family violence may talk to. What the doctor says and does next is vital.” This podcast is also available as a video.
Dr Anastasia Mihailidou, from Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, is the co-author of a short report published in this issue, entitled “Impact of grief delivered via media technology”, describing the effect on blood pressure of watching Phil Hughes’ funeral. This podcast is also available as a video.

Online first: Professor Christophe Hagemeyer, head of the Vascular Biotechnology Laboratory at Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne, discusses new nanotechnology which can deliver clot-busting drugs right to the clot.

It is not appropriate to dismiss inappropriate care cover image
Personalised care does not justify use of therapies that have been shown to lack benefit
Not so innocent bystanders cover image
It is time for the entire profession to accept responsibility

Practices associated with humiliating medical students persist in contemporary medical education, more commonly in subtle than overt forms
Current strategies are not doing enough
Tracking publication output from intervention research is important for accountability

Sexual abuse of doctors by doctors: professionalism, complexity and the potential for healing cover image
Sexual abuse in the medical profession is a complex, multifaceted problem that needs evidence-based solutions
More enlightened teaching would go a long way towards solving problems of discrimination in medicine

Screening tests for gonorrhoea should first do no harm cover image
Continued vigilance and screening of high-risk men and women for is advised
Ethical challenges for doctors working in immigration detention cover image
Responsibility for health care in detention must be transferred from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to an independent body
Case reports

Fascioliasis in Australian travellers to Bali cover image
Differentiating fascioliasis from other parasitic conditions is important, as the recommended management is specific
Ethics and law
Is it ever ethically appropriate for health care workers to decline to care for patients with Ebola, and how should treatment decisions be made?
Sexual harassment in medicine has implications for employers, professional colleges and associations, and regulators
Clinical focus

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians position statement on refugee and asylum seeker health cover image
The RACP urges a rights-based and humane approach to people seeking asylum
For debate

Policy interventions should support clinician-led efforts regarding consensus on low-value care and how to reduce it
Short reports

Discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment: where next for medical leadership? cover image
Medical colleges should take the lead in abolishing discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment
Bullying and harassment: can we solve the problem? cover image
the RACS will need to act on its expert panel's recommendations and not shrink from difficult decisions

Negotiating the complex maze of claims of dietary cures for cancer cover image
How can we help our patients make sensible decisions?
Writing with light

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