A NSW tertiary clinical program has significantly improved the quality of life of a young woman diagnosed with functional neurological disorder (FND).
UTS is testing a new handheld device for rapidly and accurately identifying drug specimens.
SafeScript NSW's new functionality allows prescribers to apply online for approval to prescribe or supply certain Schedule 8 medicines.
A National Mental Health Workforce Strategy will guide coordinated action over the next decade for mental health care.
The new Deakin Private Hospital in Canberra hopes to begin a new era in mental health treatment with an innovative model of care.
Caitlin Clayer from Ti Tree Health Clinic in the Northern Territory is a remote area nurse providing compassionate and culturally safe care to First Nations communities.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has outlined activities to improve national dementia data and provide an evidence base for effective policy development, service provision and planning.
From advances in patient experience to new dedicated Aboriginal health services for women, the WSLHD annual awards honoured clinical excellence and innovation.
A study involving more than 4200 adolescents has found that e-cigarette use has become "fairly common" in young people in Australia.
The ACSQHC has launched the updated national clinical care standard for hip fracture at the binational Hip Fest 2023 conference.
A study by UTD has examined how bone-strengthening exercises could lead to a decrease in hip fractures, including for those outside of the high-risk category.
A new purpose-built psychedelic-assisted therapy clinic for people living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or treatment-resistant depression (TRD) is set to open in September.
A Mater study has placed health workers across Queensland in order to study the long-term health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
Hospitals could be forced to cut back services and patient costs for surgery could soar, warns Catholic Health Australia.
A new study has found that pets have a unique ability to improve communication among people with aphasia, a language difficulty after brain injury.