Bali Travellers – Don’t leave commonsense at home

Bali Travellers – Don’t leave commonsense at home


Thursday 27 December 2012

West Australians are becoming alarmingly complacent about basic health and safety precautions while holidaying in Bali, the Australian Medical Association (WA) said today.   “GPs are seeing an increasing number of illnesses and accidents from patients returning from Bali,” AMA …


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National Summit on Alcohol Marketing to Young People


Friday 7 December 2012

The AMA (WA) strongly supported the AMA’s National Summit on Alcohol Marketing to….


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Medicare patient rebates failing to keep pace


Friday 7 December 2012

AMA List of Medical Services and Fees 2012 The AMA (WA) has thrown its support…


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Peel Inquiry must clear the air for doctors to get on with medicine


Thursday 6 December 2012

The Independent Review of the Peel Health Campus announced by the State Government should be a short, sharp undertaking that allows medical professionals to get on with the job of delivering the best medical care possible, the AMA (WA) said …


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Dr YES heads down south


Thursday 29 November 2012

High school students in the Great Southern region will have the opportunity to discuss sexual health, drugs and alcohol and mental health issues when the Dr YES team of dedicated medical students visit nine schools across the region, this week. …


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