99 & Counting: Medical Myths Debunked

99-Myths-img2My articles published in the Monday Medical Myth series on The Conversation were included in a paperback and e-book publication, “99 & Counting: Medical Myths Debunked”, edited by Helen Sykes & Fron Jackson-Webb.

This series of articles was brainchild of Fron, who engaged with field experts to write on a commonly believed myth, explain where it might have originated, and to debunk it with evidence.

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vitualis’ Medical Rants – Collections 2003-2013

front_covervitualis’ Medical Rants – Collections 2003-2013 is a collection of articles, essays, letters and comments that I have written over the last 10 years.

The book is divided into 10 parts – each section having a different flavour and style of writing.  The historical context of my experiences links the separate sections together.

This book is available as a free PDF eBook, published and available through Lulu.

A hardcover with dust-jacket edition is also available.

Australian GP perceptions of at-risk drinking, and the role of the AUDIT-C [thesis]

coverThis is a printed version of my Master of Mental Health (General Practitioner) (Research) thesis, submitted to the New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry.

The full electronic copy can be read by clicking on the “Preview” button.  A printed hard copy can be ordered through Lulu.com.

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The Creation of The Medicine Box

“The Creation of The Medicine Box” is a comprehensive documentation of the design, goals, development and construction of the website, The Medicine Box.  It contains a review and analysis of the state of the project after six months from its launch in April 2006.

This report was in addition written and designed as a guidebook to the development of online medical education resources.  “The Medicine Box” represents a significant body of work. We hope that you find both this book and the website worthwhile.

“The Creation of The Medicine Box” is available as a PDF eBook (hosted through Google Drive).

A hard copy can be printed through Lulu.com.