Austrian vernacular or Ausenclature for the medical professional visiting Australia – the letter A
Australia and New Zealand have their own vernacular. Through correspondence with various illustrious colleagues it has become apparent that some of the terminology used in this, and other Aussie blogs is occasionally confusing.
Is the rampant destruction of natural habitats resulting from the ever-growing popularity of the “Brazillian” contributing to the extinction of pubic lice? This question was last highlighted here in 2007. I think its about time this question was settled once and for all – consider this “a call to arms”, medical researchers of the world!
There is a Brobdingnagian amount of health information on the web – becoming more gargantuan every day. So how does one stay informed and on top of ones game in this pixelated world that never sleeps. Textbooks are great for reviewing well-recognized facts and journals great for reviewing research developments (if a tad slow in production). But what of the internet revolution…
A German doctor whose bid for permanent residency in Australia was refused because his son is disabled, says he does not think the doctor shortage was taken into account when his application was assessed. Dr Bernhard Moeller has worked in Horsham (Victoria) for two years, leading the intensive care of patients and supervising other GPs […]
‘Heaps Beached As Bro’- In preparation for the ‘medical vernacular down under’ series, it is necessary to become accustomed to some audio vernacular pertaining to everyday occurrences
The Lancet launches New Website
There can only be not enough beds…