The lack of scientific evidence when it comes to medical cannabis is one of the biggest factors preventing North Island GPs from prescribing the drug
The Summer Hiatus is over, and New Zealand Doctor will be back publishing online tomorrow, Wednesday 15 January
Is it better if you’re a graduate before you start? Is the first-year health sciences course harder than the old “medical intermediate”?
New Zealand has at least 18 different definitions for the term “rural”, but the results from a new research project may help settle on just one.
Primary rural emergency care is increasingly unsustainable, and providers are all asking, “where is the money?” says rural GP Tim Malloy
Ben Lucas is always in pain. It comes in constant, excruciating pulses, like a severe toothache pinpointed to one spot in either of his legs, every day of his life
Since word first spread of Thaya Ashman’s gesture of support in the wake of the 15 March attacks on two Christchurch mosques, her phone has been ringing off the hook
If Headscarf for Harmony taught Thaya Ashman anything, it’s that she is proud to be a New Zealander
The health sector is waiting with bated breath for news of proposed rural training hubs, while the University of Auckland tries to increase exposure to the regions for medical students