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Canberra Doctor

The Association owns and produces the Canberra Doctor newspaper. Canberra Doctor, published February to December is the monthly news publication of the AMA (ACT).

Canberra Doctor is distributed at no cost to all doctors in the ACT and surrounding areas of NSW as a service to the medical community.

Contributions are invited and should be submitted to the editorial coordinator, AMA (ACT) executive officer, Peter Somerville, prior to the meeting dates as printed below. Submitting an article for publication does not guarantee publication, either in whole or in part.

Canberra Doctor has an editorial committee to determine issues for publication and meets monthly for this purpose.

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The Medical Journal of Australia

The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) is Australia’s leading peer-reviewed journal of medical practice and clinical research. The MJAis published by AMPCo for the Australian Medical Association.

To subscribe to the Medical Journal of Australia click here

Australian Medicine

The Australian Medical Association publishes Australian Medicine (AusMed) on a fortnightly basis to our members. The publication frequently includes extra resources on subjects that are important to doctors in Australia.

National Code Of Practice: Hours of Work, Shiftwork and Rostering for Hospital Doctors

The AMA’s National Code of Practice - Hours of Work, Shiftwork and Rostering for Hospital Doctors was developed through a consultative process involving all Australian hospitals, state health administrations, medical and regulatory organisations, doctors, and a range of other bodies and individuals.

Click here for the National Code of Practice