Early dispensing of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) after a medical abortion is associated with a reduced likelihood of the need for a second medical abortion, according […]
Extending the recommended time between surveillance colonoscopies from 5 years to 10 years for people who have had precursor lesions, such as polyps, removed may increase […]
Mortality among people with cancer who survive at least five years after diagnosis is higher than for the general population, particularly in terms of cardiovascular disease-related […]
Rigorous follow-up of Indigenous patients recovering from critical illness, particularly those who have discharged themselves from hospital, is essential, a new Medical Journal of Australia paper […]
Final-year medical students Liam Ramsey, Pamela Gebrehiwot and Matilda Smale are preparing to transition to junior doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the midst of the […]
Rising HIV rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people need urgent national attention, says Matthew Flinders Fellow Associate Professor James Ward. In a Perspective in […]
Senior, influential and experienced doctors must lead action to protect their younger colleagues from debilitating burnout, say the authors of a Perspective published in the Medical […]
Flinders University sleep experts Dr Richard Weeks and Associate Professor Peter Catcheside have developed a new system to better detect a sleep “nightmare”.
People with cancer are at higher risk of other chronic health conditions, a new Flinders University study shows.