MJA Insight

10 May 2017

A number of articles now available online at MJA Insight will be of interest to GPs this week. One a new Narrative Review published in the MJA looks at the thinking that drives low value care highlighting the hard-to-shift cognitive biases that drive suboptimal clinical decision making.

Professor Richard Murray discusses “flipped” training programs that allow doctors to complete their specialist training in regional areas, with a city “rotation” if required in the quest for how to create a practising rural doctor. While Dr Lesley Russell examines the economics of rural health care – what works?

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