Two lucky AMA members have each won a Microsoft Surface tablet for participating in the Australian Medicine reader survey. The winners are Dr Reza Davari Farid in Hobart, and Dr Basil Lau in Canberra. AMA President Dr Tony Bartone randomly drew the winners’ names from the more than 400 survey respondents. Survey findings will appear in an upcoming edition of Australian Medicine, as will pics of our lucky winners. Thanks to everyone who participated in the survey.
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