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MJA 16 Mar 2015

Associate Professor David Looke is president of the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases. To coincide with his editorial published in the 16 March issue of the Medical Journal of Australia, Professor Looke discusses the global challenges ahead in the field of infectious diseases. With MJA engagement editor Cate Swannell.




MJA editor-in-chief Professor Stephen Leeder shares his highlights from our infectious diseases issue, published on 16 March 2015. Topics up for grabs include the microbiome, Ebola, antimicrobial resistance and poo transplants. With MJA engagement editor, Cate Swannell.




MJA 2 Mar 2015

Professor Kathy Griffiths from the National Institute of Mental Health Research at the Australian National University in Canberra talks about the need for action in mental health reform, rather than just another review of the system. To coincide with her coauthored Perspective in the print issue, entitled "Whereto mental health reform in Australia: Is anyone listening to our independent auditors?". With MJA engagement editor, Cate Swannell.




MJA Editor-in-Chief Professor Stephen Leeder shares his highlights from our mental health issue, including papers on the reforms needed in the Australian system. Also discussed is the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement's implications for Australian patients and doctors. With MJA engagement editor Cate Swannell.




MJA 16 Feb 2015

Professor Brendan Crabb, director and CEO of the Burnet Institute for medical research in Melbourne, talks about the Medical Research Future Fund, his Perspective in the 16 February issue of the MJA and careers in clinical research.




Editor-in-Chief Professor Stephen Leeder talks about the highlights of the 16 February issue of the MJA.




MJA 2 Feb 2015

Professor Alicia Jenkins, professor of diabetes and vascular medicine at the University of Sydney, and an endocrinologist at St Vincent's in Melbourne, talks about her winning entry in the MJA, MDA National Nossal Global Health creative writing competition, and the challenges, innovations and research in the field of diabetes, with MJA engagement editor Cate Swannell.




Dr Karen Owen, CEO, and Dr Lee Gruner, President, of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators, talk about pathways into a career in medical administration, with MJA engagement editor Cate Swannell.




MJA 19 Jan 2015

Editor-in-Chief, Professor Stephen Leeder discusses the costs and benefits of Australians dying at home, featuring two articles from the first MJA issue of the year.




Stephen Leeder, Emeritus Professor of Public Health at Sydney University, talks about his hopes for Australian health care in 2015, and the influence of the new Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley.




MJA 15 Dec 2014

Professor Lyn Gilbert, Westmead Hospital's director of Infection Prevention and Control, chairs an expert committee on Ebola advising the Australian Health Protection Prime committee. She speaks with MJA engagement editor Cate Swannell about Australia's Ebola preparedness.




Editor-in-chief Professor Stephen Leeder talks about his favourite parts of the 15 December issue, including the cardiovascular polypill, rural obstetrics and our Christmas Crackers competition. With engagement editor Cate Swannell.




MJA 17 Nov 2014

Editor-in-Chief Professor Stephen Leeder discusses the highlights from the MJA's 17 November issue with engagement editor Cate Swannell. Rural health, "Schoolies", diabetes and more.




Professor Helena Teede, professor of Women’s Health at Monash University in Melbourne, director of the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation, and president of the Endocrine Society of Australia, talks with MJA engagement editor Cate Swannell about her work in improving the patient experience for women with polycystic ovary syndrome, as well as her career path into endocrinology and mentoring.




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MJA Clinical Trials Research Summit

May 18th 2012 - 19 videos

Dr Annette Katelaris, MBBS, MPH, FRACGP, Medical Journal of Australia - Opening Remarks.




Professor Geoff Dobb, FJFICM, FFARCS, FANZCA, FFICANZCA, FANZCA, Intensive Care Unit, Royal Perth Hospital - Opening Remarks.




Professor Paul Glasziou, MBBS, PhD, Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice, Bond University speaks on Clinical Trials Research: its role in meeting challenges in health care.




Ms Jane Halton, PSM, Secretary of the Department of Health and Ageing delivers a speech on behalf of The Hon Tanya Plibersek MP discussing CTAG and the investigator-initiated clinical trials sector.




Professor Warwick Anderson, Bsc, PhD, National Health and Medical Research Council, speaks on the NHMRC's roles, responsibilities, achievements and plans for clinical trials.




Professor Ingrid Winship, MBBS, MD, FRACP, Research for Melbourne Health speaks on research issues in the hospital system.




Professor John Simes BSc, MBBS, SM, FRACP, MD, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, introduces the seven panellist speakers who will deliver a speech and then join a panel discussion.




Professor Paul Myles, MBBS, MPH, MD, FRARCSI, FANZCA, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Trials Group, speaks on where research in anaesthesia has improved clinical care to patients.




Professor Steven Webb, MBBS, FRACP, Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Clinical Trials Group delivers a speech on where research in intensive care has improved clinical care to patients




Associate Professor Carmel Hawley, MBBS, MMedSci, FRACP, Australasian Kidney Trials Network speaks on where research in nephrology has improved clinical care to patients.




Dr Tina Soulis, BSc, PhD, Neuroscience Trials Australia speaks on where research in neuroscience has improved clinical care to patients.




Associate Prof Ross Haslam, MBBS, MRACP, FRACP, Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network on where research in neonatal care has improved clinical care to patients.




Professor Michael Friedlander, MBChB, MRCP, FRACP, PhD, Gynaecological Cancer Inter-Group speaks on where research in oncology has improved clinical care to patients.




Professor Mark Harris, FRACGP, MD, Primary Health Care Research Group speaks on where research in primary care has improved clinical care to patients.




Clinical Trials Groups Panel Discussion
Chair, Professor John Simes; Panel (from left): Dr Tina Soulis, Associate Professor Carmel Hawley, Professor Paul Myles, Professor Steven Webb, Professor Mark Friedlander, Associate Professor Ross Haslam and Professor Mark Harris.




Professor John McNeil, MBBS, PhD, FRACP, School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, Monash University speaks on the future of multicentre trials: a summary of issues.




Panel Discussion
Chair, Professor Steven Webb; Panel (from left): Ms Carol Bennett, Ms Jane Halton, Professor Paul Myles, Professor Alan Cass, Professor Paul Glasziou, Professor Geoff Dobb, Professor John Simes and Professor John McNeil.




Professor Steven Webb, MBBS, FRACP, Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Clinical Trials Group discusses investigator-initiated trials and the possible solutions.




Dr Annette Katelaris, MBBS, MPH, FRACGP, Medical Journal of Australia - Closing Remarks.