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Volume 204, Issue 8 - 4 May 2016

Volume 204, Issue 8: 2 May 2016. Professor Peter Teddy is a Melbourne neurosurgeon. He discusses the evolution of neurosurgical interventions for intransigent pain, and where to from here. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 8 - 2 May 2016

Volume 204, Issue 8: 2 May 2016. Associate Professor Jeremy Millar, director of Alfred Health Radiation Oncology, and Associate Professor Sue Evans, head of the Clinical Registry Unit at Monash University, in Melbourne, discuss trends in the quality of prostate cancer care, and how the Victorian Prostate Cancer Clinical Registry is helping improve outcomes for patients. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 7 - 18 April 2016

Volume 204, Issue 7: 18 April 2016. Professor Malcolm Hopwood is president of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. He talks about screening for depression, the stigma attached to some mental health treatments and the mental health issues of the LGBTI community. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 7 - 11 April 2016

Volume 204, Issue 7: 11 April 2016. Dr Jason Trubiano is an infectious diseases physician at Austin Health and the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, in Melbourne. He discusses his co-authored research investigating the prevalence of antibiotic allergy labels and its impact on prescribing trends. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 6 - 4 April 2016

Volume 204, Issue 6: 4 April 2016. Professor Paul Myles, Director of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the Alfred and Monash University, and Sophie Wallace, research manager at Alfred Health, discuss the need to streamline the reporting of serious adverse events in Phase IV clinical trials. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 6 - 4 April 2016

Volume 204, Issue 6: 4 April 2016. Rob Moodie, professor of Public Health at the University of Melbourne, and Jane Martin, executive manager of the Obesity Policy Coalition, talk about Australia's flagging chronic disease prevention policies. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 5 - 21 March 2016

Volume 204, Issue 5: 21 March 2016. Professor Garry Jennings is CEO of the Heart Foundation. He discusses the need to beware complacency when it comes to prevention of cardiovascular disease. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 5 - 21 March 2016

Volume 204, Issue 5: 21 March 2016. Dr Heather Cleland is Director of the Victorian Adult Burns Service. She discusses data from the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand and its vital role in advancing and improving burns treatment. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 5 - 21 March 2016

Volume 204, Issue 5: 21 March 2016. Associate Professor Julia Brotherton is medical director of the National HPV Vaccination Program Register. She discusses the latest findings from the program’s data analysis. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell. Also available as a podcast here.



Volume 204, Issue 3 - 15 February 2016

Volume 204, Issue 3: 15 February 2016. Professor Jane Hocking, an epidemiologist at the University of Melbourne, discusses her coauthored research on the barriers to chlamydia testing in general practice settings. With MJA News and Online Editor, Cate Swannell. Available as a podcast here.



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