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AMC MCQ Recalls MAY 2024

Preparations are underway for a celestial extravaganza as the southern lights, known as the aurora australis, are poised to illuminate the night skies over southern Australia this Sunday. The eagerly awaited event, fueled by charged solar particles interacting with Earth’s magnetic field, promises a breathtaking display of colorful ribbons dancing across the heavens. Enthusiasts and

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AMC MCQ Recalls APRIL 2024

The evolving perceptions of rural medicine was currently observed by UNSW Associate Dean of Rural Health, Tara Mackenzie. Initially discouraged from pursuing rural practice, Mackenzie now witnesses a cultural shift that encourages students to embrace rural training opportunities. The establishment of rural medical schools in New South Wales since 2017 has provided students with firsthand

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AMC MCQ Recalls MARCH 2024

One of Australia’s prominent doctors suggests discontinuing the term “long COVID” following a study revealing similar long-term effects of COVID-19 compared to other viruses like the flu. The study conducted by Queensland Health, involving over 5000 individuals with respiratory symptoms during the Omicron variant’s prevalence, found comparable rates of functional limitations between COVID-19 and non-COVID

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The government of Western Australia has allocated nearly a million Australian dollars ($590,000) to fund 19 projects exploring generative AI applications in healthcare. These projects aim to address challenges within health and medical research, innovation, service delivery, and education and training, with specific focuses on diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease and ear conditions using generative AI. WA

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Amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases in New South Wales, the state’s health authority is advising residents to adopt precautionary measures reminiscent of the pandemic’s peak to curb the virus’s spread. NSW Health reported a rise in cases in the two weeks leading up to November 4, with slightly over 11 percent of PCR tests

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AMC MCQ Recalls OCTOBER 2023

In 2022, COVID-19 ranked among the top causes of death in Australia, following heart disease and dementia. On 14th October 2023, Pfizer Australia and BioNTech SE announced that the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) have authorized the companies’ XBB.1.5-adapted monovalent COVID-19 vaccine (COMIRNATY® Omicron XBB.1.5) in individuals 5 years and older. This decision paves the way for

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In Karumba, a remote Australian town, healthcare accessibility is a significant challenge due to long travel distances. Many patients endure pain and health issues without seeking medical attention because traveling for necessary procedures is too burdensome. This situation is part of a broader problem in remote areas, where healthcare outcomes are determined by postal codes.

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AMC MCQ Recalls AUGUST 2023

Professor Steve Robson, the President of the AMA, communicated with health ministers nationwide to express the association’s opposition to the upcoming rise in medical registration fees. The letters were directed at state, territory health ministers, and Federal Health Minister Mark Butler. This action was taken based on information received by the AMA indicating that AHPRA’s

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AMC MCQ Recalls JULY 2023

The Palaszczuk Government has announced today that all Queenslanders will be offered a free flu vaccination, amid a spike in influenza cases across the state. Free influenza vaccinations will be available from 22 July to 31 August at GPs and pharmacies across Queensland. The Palaszczuk Government will cover the cost, which is estimated to cost

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