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Women at work
Vol. 17 No 3 | Spring 2015
ISSUE CONTENTS

Prof Michael Permezel
College
From the President
Prof Michael Permezel
Alana Killen
College
From the CEO
Alana Killen
Prof Steve Robson
Feature
Editorial
Prof Steve Robson
Dr Sue Fleming
Feature
Lyrical reflections on a working life
Dr Sue Fleming
Dr Elizabeth Glanville
Feature
Specialist training while parenting: a juggling act
Dr Elizabeth Glanville
Dr Alexandra Miglic
Feature
Singing the praises of flexible work patterns
Dr Alexandra Miglic
A/Prof Amanda Noovao-Hill
Feature
Pacific perspectives on a woman’s work
A/Prof Amanda Noovao-Hill
A/Prof Kate Stern
Feature
Elective egg freezing: offering empowerment or false hope?
A/Prof Kate Stern
Dr Gillian Gibson
Feature
When the professional becomes personal
Dr Gillian Gibson
Dr Anonymous
Feature
When the professional becomes personal
Dr Anonymous
Dr Peter Connaughton
Feature
Working safely while pregnant
Dr Peter Connaughton
Brigid Ryan
Feature
When career women have children: psychological issues and assistance
Brigid Ryan
Dr Nicole Woodrow
Feature
Domestic violence and its impact in the workplace
Dr Nicole Woodrow
Dr William Milford
Feature
Reproductive healthcare for women in immigration detention centres
Dr William Milford
Carla Wilshire
Feature
Meeting the medical needs of refugees and women seeking asylum
Carla Wilshire
Dr Joy O'Hazy
Feature
Birthing kits – a creation story
Dr Joy O'Hazy
Dr David Simon
Feature
Ensuring the future of GP obstetrics in rural Victoria
Dr David Simon
Dr Diane Mohen
Feature
A letter from the country
Dr Diane Mohen
Dr Elizabeth Rushbrook
Feature
Life at sea: practising medicine in the navy
Dr Elizabeth Rushbrook
Dr Stephen Lyons
Women's Health -> Q&A
Q&a: ovarian cancer risk-reducing surgery
Dr Stephen Lyons
Dr Brett Daniels
Journal Club
Journal club
Dr Brett Daniels
A/Prof Criton Kasby
Letters
Aldo Vacca remembered
A/Prof Criton Kasby