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A year in review

Author(s): Moyez Jiwa

Journal: Australasian Medical Journal
ISSN 1836-1935

Volume: 1;
Issue: 14;
Start page: 220;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: Innovation | health | research | student | publication

The AMJ featured the work of students throughout 2009.Many global issues were tackled from the student perspective. Many papers reported the undue influence and adverse impact of commercial interests on health care. TheAMJ also published investigator led projects with a more traditional clinical focus. Experts in design and or health reform framed the interests of many researchers whopresented evidence for interventions promoting health andreducing the burden of illness. More generally integration ofservice providers, particularly in primary care and the development and testing of innovations to be deployed inprimary care were important themes for the journal in 2009. Health care innovation will continue as a major focus for theAMJ in 2010.
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