MJA: the climate of change

22 May 2014

This week’s issue of Medical Journal of Australia focuses on the threats to health of climate change and the implications for practice and policy.

It also examines the health systems of Singapore and the United States and discusses the lessons to be learned.

The Consumers Health Forum offers a consumer perspective on why Australia should not introduce copayments to see a GP, and a paper is presented evaluating the costs and benefits of using combination therapies.

A letter on revalidation and a discussion on developing the evidence base for telemedicine may also be of interest to GPs.

Medical Journal of Australia