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SA Publications

The AMA publishes a range of publications, which include the Medical Journal of Australia (MJA), Australia's leading fortnightly scientific and academic medical journal, and Australian Medicine, the federal AMA's fortnightly online news publication.

medicSA magazine
The state branches of the AMA also publish state-based publications, including the AMA(SA)'s own medicSA, which features the latest state-based political, industrial and membership news, as well as features on topics of particular relevance to medical practitioners and medical students in South Australia. medicSA is published and distributed to AMA(SA) members bi-monthly, and media subscriptions are also available. Twice a year (June and November/December), special 'bumper' issues are sent to both members and non-member practitioners in SA

medicSA accepts a range of display and classified advertising, and loose leaf inserts. The amount of advertising in medicSA is capped, so your advertisement is bound to stand out. To find out more about advertising in medicSA, including advertising rates for display advertisments, and booking and artwork deadlines, click on the relevant link below.

To book a classified advertisment in medicSA, simply download and fill out the Classified Advertising Booking Form available for download below and fax, post or email it to us. To find out more, simply call the AMA(SA) on (08) 8361 0101 or email

The Voice - the AMA(SA) e-newsletter

AMA(SA) members can access back issues ofthe Voice online here.

AMA(SA) Annual Reports and other publications

The AMA(SA) also sends out e-newsletters and other news updates to members who have provided an email address to us, and publishes an Annual Report. AMA(SA) email updates are complemented by federal AMA email newsletters which include the GP Network News, E-dit and Australian Medicine (in print and online), as well as MJA Insight and alerts.