It follows the experiences of an overseas-trained doctor from Scotland who responded to advertisements and two new graduates to take up GP positions in remote outback communities in the vast expanse of Western Australia.
Looks beyond the negative media coverage of Cabramatta, examining the "human face" of the troubled Sydney suburb, known as the heroin capital of Australia and a centre of Asian crime since the 1994 murder of local MP John Newman.
Diabetes is the biggest mediacal challenge today, far greater than AIDS, and there is no known cure. An 11 year old boy who must inject himself with insulin twice a day or die sets out with his mother on an epic journey to find answers to this world…
Examines youth suicide and its social implications. The amount of our young people taking their own lives has nearly tripled, making Australia's youth suicide population one of the highest in the world.
Discusses the issue of depression by interviewing people who have experienced therapy and medical treatments for depression. The program also features interviews with health professionals and looks at the impact that depression has on people's lives.