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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.

Word count

Maximum 900 words

Abstract

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Figures/tables

Maximum 1; this does not contribute to the word count

References

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Innovation in rural workforce strategies by a national surgical society

Keith Bryant, Nicola R Dean
Abstract 64 | PDF Downloads 42 HTML Downloads 30

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The times they are a-changin'

David K Chong
Abstract 478 | PDF Downloads 72 HTML Downloads 26

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Light at the end of the tunnel

Mark Lee, Mark Ashton
Abstract 69 | PDF Downloads 63 HTML Downloads 34

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Quarantine

Mark Ashton, Mark Lee
Abstract 169 | PDF Downloads 50 HTML Downloads 45

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Ikigai: a balanced life in plastic surgery

Mark Lee, Mark Ashton
Abstract 353 | PDF Downloads 156 HTML Downloads 194

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How can AHPRA improve compliance of health practitioner advertising?

Jodie Atkin
Abstract 488 | PDF Downloads 194 HTML Downloads 103

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Biopsy! Biopsy! Biopsy!

Ramin Shayan
Abstract 367 | PDF Downloads 340 HTML Downloads 123

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Holier than thou: are we all biased?

Mark Ashton, Mark Lee
Abstract 296 | PDF Downloads 170 HTML Downloads 149

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Guidelines and tips for getting your abstract accepted: ASPS PSC

Darrell Perkins
Abstract 258 | PDF Downloads 158 HTML Downloads 148

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Devil's advocate

Mark Lee, Mark Ashton
Abstract 536 | pdf Downloads 230 HTML Downloads 162

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