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MJA

Volume 166 Issue 2

20 January 1997

Editorials

  • Childhood sexual abuse: concerns and consequences Sarah E Romans, Paul E Mullen (MJA 1997; 166: 59)
  • Do anabolic-androgenic steroids enhance sporting performance? Michael C Kennedy, Anthony J O’Sullivan (MJA 1997; 166: 60)
  • Guidelines: in search of certainty Deborah Saltman (MJA 1997; 166: 62)
  • Peanut allergy Richard G Douglas, Robyn E O’Hehir (MJA 1997; 166: 63)

Research

  • Prevalence of childhood sexual abuse in a community sample of Australian women Jillian M Fleming (MJA 1997; 166: 65)Abstract - Article
  • Clinical practice guidelines in general practice: a national survey of recall, attitudes and impact Leena Gupta, Jeanette E Ward, Robert S A Hayward (MJA 1997; 166: 69)
  • Visual impairment in nursing home residents: the Blue Mountains Eye Study Paul Mitchell, Phillip Hayes, Jie Jin Wang (MJA 1997; 166: 73)
  • Perinatal exposure to HIV in Australia, 1982-1994 Ann M McDonald, Marilyn Cruickshank, John B Ziegler, Elizabeth Elliott, John M Kaldor (MJA 1997; 166: 77)

Notable Cases

For Debate

  • The epidemic of post-traumatic stress disorder: a passing phase? John H T Ellard (MJA 1997; 166: 84)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder: the importance of clinical objectivity and systematic research Alexander C McFarlane (MJA 1997; 166: 88)

Clinical Practice

Update

  • TChanges to postgraduate medical training in the United Kingdom: implications for Australasian doctors Steve R Kisely (MJA 1997; 166: 95)

MJA Practice Essentials - Rheumatology

  • Osteoarthritis Lyn M March (MJA 1997; 166: 98)