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This case description outlines the development of a Master's course in Clinical Leadership involving a partnership arrangement between the University of Tasmania and a New South Wales (NSW) Area Health Service, where partners are based in different states, and course participants complete their studies predominantly in distance mode. Workplace learning(More)
Oxygonum pterocarpum Osborne & Vollesen from West Tanzania is described, illustrated and placed in the context of recent work on the genus in eastern and southern tropical Africa and South Africa. Its ecology, phytogeographical relations and conservation status are discussed. The general paucity of botanical knowledge of the Tabora Region of Tanzania is(More)
Variation in opinions of medical experts is a problem for both the legal and medical profession. This is particularly relevant in breast imaging. Breast-Screen Queensland and New South Wales have developed a review protocol to assess 'reasonableness' of radiological opinions. It is hoped that the protocol will be acceptable to the courts and will result in(More)
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