4) A study published in The Medical Journal of Australia
found this amendment reduced from 27 per cent down to one per cent the number of prescriptions for antibiotics in which the 'no brand substitution' box was checked (Newby and Robertson 2010).
2009, 'The Content and Structure of Australian Television Reportage on Health and Medicine, 2005-2009: Parameters to Guide Health Workers', Medical Journal of Australia
14) In 2007 the Medical Journal of Australia
(MJA) ran an issue dedicated to the topic of spirituality and health.
Ewald, D, G Hall and C Franks 2003 'Evaluation of a SAFE-style trachoma control program in Central Australia', Medical Journal of Australia
Stoelwinder, 'More doctors, but not enough: Australian medical workforce supply 2001-2012', Medical Journal of Australia
He very much advocated for musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the wider health field and, notably, his first two publications were in the Medical Journal of Australia
in 1957 and 1961.
Australia's indigenous population will suffer disproportionately from the impact of climate change, according to a new report published in the Medical Journal of Australia
For a study published in the Medical Journal of Australia
, researcher Melissa Hagan examined participants' ratings of swelling and discomfort during long flights and rated improvements experienced when wearing the Skins tights.
As a step to ensure complete awareness of trial details, the ICMJE proposed comprehensive registration for clinical trials submitted for publication for the 12 member journals [Annals of Internal Medicine, British Medical Journal, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Croatian Medical Journal, Journal of the American Medical Association, The Dutch Medical Journal (Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde), New England Journal of Medicine, New Zealand Medical Journal, The Lancet, The Medical Journal of Australia
, Tidsskrift for Den Norske Laegeforening, Journal of the Danish Medical Association (Ugeskrift for Laeger)] (3).
Meanwhile, the Medical Journal of Australia
sang the praises of the 10-minute power nap, and the Australian organization SIESTA (Society for the Introduction of Extra Sleeping Time in the Afternoon) quotes specialists from the Adelaide Institute of Sleep Health on the mental and physical benefits of the nap.
However, in a letter published in the 4 April 2005 issue of The Medical Journal of Australia
, Anthony Allworth, director of infectious diseases at Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, describes culturing Burkholderia pseudomallei from two tsunami lung patients in a land-based hospital and Nocardia species from a third.
Writing in the Medical Journal of Australia
, he said that stories about health and medicine could lead to dramatic changes in consumer behaviour.