The administration of the $2 billion Community Health and Hospitals Program (CHHP) was "ineffective and fell short of ethical requirements".
A new qualitative and quantitative study has amplified the perspectives and needs of people at the centre of health care — patients and clinicians.
Women are more likely to experience recurrent cases of the Toxoplasma parasite which can lead to vision loss, according to new Flinders University research.
Edith Cowan University's Nutrition and Health Innovation Research Institute hopes to find out how and why nitrate has such contrasting potential risks and benefits.
The University of Sydney has launched a new clinical school to enhance general practice as a preferred career choice among medical students.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has provided data analysis and scenarios on the burden of disease due to overweight and physical inactivity.
Suicide Prevention Australia, the national peak body, is hosting the National Suicide Prevention Conference from 1–4 May in Canberra.
The approach suggests a new way to miniaturise and improve medical devices for diagnostics, biological sensing and neurological exploration.
A research model of dietary intake in 184 countries has estimated that poor diet contributed to over 14.1 million cases of type 2 diabetes in 2018.
Local researchers have compared a time-restricted, intermittent fasting diet and a reduced calorie diet to see which one was more beneficial for people who were prone to developing type 2 diabetes.
A significantly increased risk of anxiety was found in children diagnosed with asthma, according to a University of Queensland study.
In Australia, the health system contributes 7% to total national carbon emissions. Globally, health care contributes 4.4% to emissions.
A Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH)-led trial is set to explore whether a newer muscle relaxant reversal drug can help reduce the number of post-surgical lung complications.
First Nations representatives will be central to regulatory decisions where Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples are involved.
Scientists are keen to follow up on the Raine Study — one of the world's largest multigenerational cohort studies into familial risk factors for disease.