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Shaping better meals for older Australians

Launched in July, Shapes of Goodness is a range of texture-modified food — crafted to be delicious, nutritious, and safe and easy to swallow.

Aged & Allied Health 20 October, 2021

A Day in the Life of Registered Nurse Eloise Forster

Registered Nurse, Eloise Forster shares her day at the Sandringham Hospital Emergency Room.

Nursing 19 October, 2021

Speech therapy: overcoming service delivery challenges in rural settings

Residents of rural and remote Australia often experience disadvantages and inequalities when it comes to healthcare access and delivery.

Aged & Allied Health 19 October, 2021

What has COVID-19 taught us about infection prevention and control?

There is nothing like a one-in-100-year pandemic to expose cracks in an infection prevention and control (IPC) strategy.

Clinical Services 18 October, 2021

Infection prevention and control in virtual healthcare settings

Shortly after welcoming the arrival of her second child, Kelly Evans'* blissful 'post-birth bubble' burst, much earlier than she had imagined.

Clinical Services 15 October, 2021

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Aged & Allied Health
Shaping better meals for older Australians

Shaping better meals for older Australians

Launched in July, Shapes of Goodness is a range of texture-modified food — crafted to be delicious, nutritious, and safe and easy to swallow.

Article 20 October, 2021
Nursing
A Day in the Life of Registered Nurse Eloise Forster

A Day in the Life of Registered Nurse Eloise Forster

Registered Nurse, Eloise Forster shares her day at the Sandringham Hospital Emergency Room.

Article 19 October, 2021
Clinical Services
What has COVID-19 taught us about infection prevention and control?

What has COVID-19 taught us about infection prevention and control?

There is nothing like a one-in-100-year pandemic to expose cracks in an infection prevention and control (IPC) strategy.

Article 18 October, 2021
Design in Health
Fast-tracking medical device development

Fast-tracking medical device development

Neo-Bionica, a joint venture between The Bionics Institute and The University of Melbourne, is an end-to-end medical device prototype development...

Article 14 October, 2021
Technology
Virtual care — beyond the pandemic

Virtual care — beyond the pandemic

Beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, how do we maintain the momentum in virtual care that is transforming our health system?

Article 11 October, 2021
Facility Admin
Time to rethink our approach to using cannulas

Time to rethink our approach to using cannulas

Associate Professor Amanda Walker explains why it's time for a consistent approach to using cannulas.

Article 26 July, 2021
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