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Contact information

Mailing address: 
Locked Bag 3030,
Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012, 

Street address:
Suite 1, Level 19, Town Hall House,
456 Kent Street, 
Sydney, NSW 2000, 

ABN 20 000 005 854 
Telephone: +61 2 9562 6666 
Fax: +61 2 9562 6699 


Editorial department

To contact an Editor or make enquiries about submitting an article to the MJA.

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Subscriptions and online access

Phone: + 61 2 9562 6666 and ask for the subscriptions team.

For queries about your existing print or online subscription, to change your subscription address, to purchase or renew a subscription or to request help setting up your online access.

Technical support

For technical issues related to

Advertising department

Phone: +61 2 9562 6666

To enquire about advertising in the MJA or its related publications, InSight+ or MJA Careers. Media kits and rate cards can be found here.

The Medical Journal of Australia is Australia's premier journal of medical practice and clinical research, published by the Australasian Medical Publishing Company Proprietary Limited (AMPCo) for the Australian Medical Association.

The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) is published in two volumes a year, issues appearing on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, with double issues in January and December.

Disclaimer: None of the Australasian Medical Publishing Company Proprietary Limited, ABN 20 000 005 854, the Australian Medical Association Limited, or any of its servants and agents will have any liability in any way arising from information or advice that is contained in MJA. The statements or opinions that are expressed in the Journal reflect the views of the authors and do not represent the official policy of the Australian Medical Association unless this is so stated. Although all accepted advertising material is expected to conform to ethical and legal standards, such acceptance does not imply endorsement by the Journal.

All literary matter in the Journal is covered by copyright, and must not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by electronic or mechanical means, photocopying, or recording, without written permission.