Doctors Warned on Vaccinations with CSL branded ‘Fluvax’

Doctors Warned on Vaccinations with CSL branded ‘Fluvax’


Tuesday 23 April 2013

AMA (WA) President Dr Richard Choong has written to all General Practitioners in WA urging them to be fully aware of the strict guidelines relating to the use of the CSL-produced vaccine Fluvax on children under the age of five, …


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Immunisation urged ahead of deadly flu season


Friday 19 April 2013

The AMA (WA) has urged parents to take advantage of the upcoming school holidays to get their children vaccinated, calling it a vital step for the health of all children.   AMA (WA) President Dr Richard Choong said today that …


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Peel Health criticism ‘baseless and unfair’


Thursday 18 April 2013

The Australian Medical Association (WA) today criticised a so-called whistle blower for suggesting that the practices of some doctors at Peel Health Campus had put patient’s health at risk.   The Inquiry into Peel Health Campus: Contract Management and Clinical …


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Govt Leadership on Female Genital Mutilation applauded


Wednesday 17 April 2013

The Australian Medical Association (WA) has congratulated Health Minister Kim Hames for his leadership in fighting to eradicate Female Genital Mutilation from Australia.   AMA (WA) Vice-President Dr Michael Gannon said the practice of FGM was not only unacceptable, but …


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Commitment to Indigenous health is crucial: AMA (WA)


Wednesday 17 April 2013

The Australian Medical Association (WA) has strongly supported this week’s push by the Close the Gap campaign to a continued commitment towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.   “As AMA (WA) President I agree that it is vital to …


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