• Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 2 Issue 2 April 2017

    Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 2 Issue 2 April 2017

    Welcome to the third issue of the Future Leaders Communiqué and the second for 2017. Our guest editor for this issue is Dr Kate Hurley who is in her fourth post-graduate year working at a large metropolitan hospital as a physician trainee. Kate completed this issue while living in Liverpool, United Kingdom and undertaking a Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Prior to her time in the United Kingdom, Kate also spent a year in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where she conducted research in global health. Her broad interests include general medicine, infectious diseases and palliative care.

  • Golden Rules for General Surgery – Professor Jonathan Serpell

    Golden Rules for General Surgery – Professor Jonathan Serpell

    Always see the patient, take a history and examine them and record your findings in the patient record – More mistakes are made in medicine by not looking than by not knowing. Avoid phone orders without reviewing the patient. The clinical assessment of the patient should be the baseline against which all other information, including […]

  • Future Leaders Communiqué

    Future Leaders Communiqué

    Click here to learn more about the newest addition to the Communiqué family

  • Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 3 Issue 1 January 2018

    Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 3 Issue 1 January 2018

    Welcome to the sixth issue of the Future Leaders Communiqué. Our guest editor for this issue is Dr Joey Lam; a doctor undertaking physician training in rural and regional Victoria. Originally trained as a physiotherapist in acute aged care and rehabilitative medicine, Joey continues to dedicate her career to learning and exploring ways to deliver better health outcomes and care for older people.

  • Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 4 Issue 1 January 2019

    Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 4 Issue 1 January 2019

    Welcome to the January 2019 edition of the Future Leaders Communiqué. In this edition, we discuss the concept of ‘medical risk.’ An example of the many situations that arise in the healthcare system that create risk, and the challenges in managing that risk, is illustrated by the case summary presented here where a patient suffered an adverse reaction to intravenous contrast that sadly resulted in death.

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