Published Articles

If in doubt, should he pull this tick out?

Simon, 32, presents with a 24-hour history of itchy, red wheal on the torso.
05 February 2019

Fungal skin infections - part 2

Read this How to Treat article and take the quiz to earn 2 RACGP QI&CPD points or 1 ACRRM point.
01 February 2019

Fungal skin infections - part 1

Read this How to Treat article and take the quiz to earn 2 RACGP QI&CPD points or 1 ACRRM point.
23 January 2019

Meningococcal vaccine on trial in Australia

Invasive meningitis infections have reached their highest level in more than a decade.
05 November 2018

Hard-to-treat UTIs

They’re a common presentation in aged-care facilities, but urinary tract infections are becoming increasingly drug-resistant and many require precise pathology.
04 September 2018

Hepatitis E after a trip to the homeland

A patient returns after a visit to his country of origin, complaining of fever and body aches.
28 August 2018

From chronic to cured of hep C

Many patients with hepatitis C are unfamiliar with direct-acting antivirals, so how can we ensure this effective treatment is more widely prescribed?
16 August 2018

Skin infections and infestations

Read this How to Treat article and take the quiz to earn 2 RACGP QI&CPD points or 1 ACRRM point.
20 July 2018

Anorexia, abdominal pain, and a brand new rash

Omer, a 67-year-old gentleman of Turkish descent with a history of a chronic seborrhoeic dermatitis, presented with a two-month history of anorexia, abdominal pain and a new disseminated rash.
17 July 2018

When 'ah-choo' turns to the flu

Young children contract and spread influenza more than any other age group. They’re also at greater risk for serious complications after the initial infection.
16 July 2018