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Editorials

Editorials present views and perspectives related to published articles, current issues or journal policy. They are concise, scholarly, insightful and thought-provoking. Editorials are commissioned by the editors-in-chief from members of the editorial board or by invitation.

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Collaborative research in Australasian plastic surgery

Guy HM Stanley, Melissa J Hirth, Michael W Findlay
Abstract 160 | HTML Downloads 83 PDF Downloads 61

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Wellness, burnout and resilience

Dan Kennedy
Abstract 76 | HTML Downloads 69 PDF Downloads 53 VIDEO Downloads 0

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Suffering in silence

Mark Ashton, Mark Lee
Abstract 111 | HTML Downloads 103 PDF Downloads 50

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Innovation in rural workforce strategies by a national surgical society

Keith Bryant, Nicola R Dean
Abstract 131 | PDF Downloads 101 HTML Downloads 54

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The times they are a-changin'

David K Chong
Abstract 549 | PDF Downloads 159 HTML Downloads 41

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Light at the end of the tunnel

Mark Lee, Mark Ashton
Abstract 133 | PDF Downloads 122 HTML Downloads 50

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Quarantine

Mark Ashton, Mark Lee
Abstract 227 | PDF Downloads 106 HTML Downloads 67

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Ikigai: a balanced life in plastic surgery

Mark Lee, Mark Ashton
Abstract 420 | PDF Downloads 215 HTML Downloads 225

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How can AHPRA improve compliance of health practitioner advertising?

Jodie Atkin
Abstract 597 | PDF Downloads 266 HTML Downloads 124

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Biopsy! Biopsy! Biopsy!

Ramin Shayan
Abstract 441 | PDF Downloads 473 HTML Downloads 142

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