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Volume 202, Issue 7 - 20 April 2015

Lt Colonel Michael Reade is professor of Military Medicine and Surgery at the University of Queensland. He discusses the latest research and advances in military medicine and what ANZAC Day means to him. To coincide with an editorial coauthored by Lt Col Reade and Rear Admiral Robyn Walker in this issue. This video is also available as a podcast.



Volume 202, Issue 7 - 20 April 2015

A/Prof Richard King is Director of Medicine at Monash Health in Melbourne and has just been appointed as the inaugural chair of Choosing Wisely Australia. He discusses Choosing Wisely and what can be learned from the American version of the program. This video is also available as a podcast.



Volume 202, Issue 7 - 20 April 2015

MJA Editor-in-Chief Professor Stephen Leeder shares his highlights from our 20 April issue, our ANZAC Day commemorative edition. This video is also available as a podcast.



Volume 202, Issue 6 - 6 April 2015

Kate Mulvany is an Australian actor and playwright. She is also the daughter of a Vietnam veteran who was exposed to herbicide cocktail Agent Orange during the conflict. Kate was diagnosed with Wilms tumour at age 3 and has ongoing chronic health problems. She speaks about her health care experiences as a "child of the mist" and her work as an ambassador for Agent Orange Justice. This video is also available as a podcast.



Volume 202, Issue 6 - 6 April 2015

MJA Editor-in-Chief Professor Stephen Leeder shares his highlights from our 6 April issue, which includes papers on the global challenges of women's health, the importance of early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, and even a little poetry. This video is also available as a podcast.



Volume 202, Issue 5 - 16 March 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.



Volume 202, Issue 5 - 16 March 2015

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.



Volume 202, Issue 4 - 2 March 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.



Volume 202, Issue 4 - 2 March 2015

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.



Volume 202, Issue 3 - 16 February 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.



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