GS1 Australia and the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) have officially launched GS1 Recallnet Healthcare, an electronic product recall notification management system for therapeutic goods.
The Queensland Government has signed up to a national target to reduce HIV transmission by 50 per cent by 2016 in its Queensland HIV Strategy launched today.
Genetic markers could be targeted in the development of new treatments that may help reduce the risk of developing psychotic illness, following research published in JAMA Psychiatry today.
Researchers from The University of Western Australia are part of a consortium of international scientists who have made a major breakthrough in understanding schizophrenia.
The University of Queensland President and Vice Chancellor Professor Peter Joj has alerted the Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission following the forced retraction of a paper published in the Euriopean Journal of Neurology.
Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), the peak body for age service providers, demands support for top four issues for first 100 days of Government.
An Australian drug being trialled to treat Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s disease has gained international attention.
This week is Multicultural Health Week, with the theme ‘working together for safe, quality care, putting the spotlight on medication safety.
Heavy workloads, lack of recognition and respect are reasons Australian nurses are contemplating leaving their profession, according to a new national survey by Monash University.
The first national report into the cumulative success of IVF shows, regardless of a woman’s age, pregnancy chances drop significantly after the fifth round of treatment.
Analysis of a study by researchers from Australia and the US shows mental and substance use disorders were the leading cause of non-fatal illness worldwide in 2010.
A new approach to detecting coeliac disease has revealed there are more people with the disorder than previously thought.
More than half the people seeking help for drug use are aged between 20 and 39, with two-thirds being male, according to athe Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's (AIHW) new report Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia 2011-12.
In a bid to improve treatments for adolescent anorexia, Griffith University researchers are focussing on ‘perfectionist’ thinking.
A New report by Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria shows musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions including arthritis affects more Australians than other National Health Priority Area including heart disease, cancer and diabetes.