Telehealth is changing the way doctors care for their patients. And while it'll never replace face-to-face consultations entirely, it's still an incredibly useful tool.
Our mental health services have long been underfunded and sub-standard. We need to do more than slap a few bandaids on once COVID-19 is over.
As people dream of an end to lockdowns, it's wise to remember that Australia has been the lucky country — and our luck may run out.
By the time the coronavirus lockdown is over, telehealth services will be well and truly embedded in our health care system. And that might not be such a bad thing.
People have been flocking to get their flu vaccination early this year. But our resident GP wonders if that's the right approach.
A clash in state and federal laws means doctors who are self-isolating because of COVID-19 are unable to assist terminally ill patients seeking to end their lives.
Why are doctors being forced to improvise on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus?
Bad advice about COVID-19 can be fatal. Especially when it comes from the US president.
If social distancing measures in the USA are relaxed early because 'Our country was not built to be shut down', Italy could soon look like a warm-up act.