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Safe, supportive, cost-effective design solutions for aged care — discover Repositionable Media (RPM)

16 May, 2022

With Australia's aging population set to rapidly accelerate over the next ten years, the demand for and pressure on aged care services both in residential aged care facilities and within home-based support programs is expected to increase exponentially.

How workflow efficiency keeps healthcare organiations prepared for an uncertain future

01 May, 2022

Workflow and process improvements have always been an important consideration for healthcare organisations (HCOs).

Enabling point of care traceability

01 April, 2022

Many of us are now far too familiar with QR codes after the past 2 years of COVID measures and are also comfortable with using them in our daily lives to access information about events, or documents, or as part of tickets and so on.

Digital Patient Pathways: What are they and how do they fit within existing models of care

01 April, 2022

You may be familiar with terms like the "digital front door" or eForms — the process of IT teams scanning your existing paper-based forms and booklets into an electronic copy.

How data can help prevent overdiagnosis

24 January, 2022 by Dr Daniel Capurro, Dr Douglas Pires and Dr Simon Coghlan

Can knowing too much harm us? When it comes to medicine, in some cases, yes, absolutely.

How AI is shaping the future of oral wellness

08 December, 2021 by Dr Fadi Yassmin

As technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate, what was once the stuff of science fiction is now a daily reality for healthcare practitioners across a wide range of fields.

ZOLL AED 3 BLS defibrillator

01 December, 2021

Designed for professional rescuers, the ZOLL AED 3 BLS defibrillator provides rescue support to treat both adults and children from a sudden cardiac arrest.

Youth diabetes crisis in northern Australia

03 November, 2021

A new study has found that only 14% of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people — defined as before the age of 25 years — across northern Australia have blood glucose levels within recommended targets.

In Conversation with Dr Brett Shannon

13 October, 2021 by Jane Allman

John Monash scholar Dr Brett Shannon tells us about his work to improve occupational health outcomes for Indigenous and vulnerable populations.

Have you seen the latest from Malmet's thermal disinfection range?

04 October, 2021 by Renelle Harrison

Set to hit the market later this year, Malmet is giving Hospital + Healthcare readers a closer look at the latest addition to their range of thermal disinfection equipment.

Telehealth: The Rural Connectivity Divide

04 October, 2021

Telehealth services have been on the rise for several years now.

First Nations nurses and midwives honoured through story

06 July, 2021

'Caring and Community: Stories from Aboriginal nurses and midwives' celebrates thousands of years of birthing and healing practice.

Bush medicine knowledge flows to digital records

05 July, 2021

A new video shows the importance of bush medicine in Indigenous culture and health, and how My Health Record can be used to manage that information for holistic care.

Johnson & Johnson takes action on reconciliation

09 June, 2021

On the heels of National Reconciliation Week, the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has launched its Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2021–2023.

Keeping Australia's Indigenous communities COVID safe

23 April, 2021 by Jane Allman

A wide range of measures have been implemented to protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities from COVID-19 across Australia.

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