Richards reflects on her CMWO journey and shares thoughts and insights on managing wellbeing in a large public healthcare organisation.
From 1 July 2023, authorised psychiatrists can prescribe medicines containing the psychedelic substances psilocybin and MDMA for mental health treatment.
The ANMF has expressed its support for the recommendations resulting from the hearing into the death in custody of Aboriginal woman Veronica Nelson.
Mental health policy specialist Carolyn Nikoloski has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Mental Health Australia.
Australia's healthcare system has one of the largest environmental footprints of any industry, generating 43,000 tonnes of waste a year.
A psychiatry consultation has been added to existing treatment for childhood acquired brain injuries (ABI) in a pilot aimed at improving mental health.
The ‘Global Burden of Disease’ study published in The Lancet revealed that 71.3% of deaths in 2015 were caused by dietary and lifestyle choices, an increase from 57.6% in 1990.
A two-part independent examination has found no evidence to support allegations that sedatives were being used inappropriately and had led to patient harm or death.
University of the Sunshine Coast research aimed at preventing infant deaths associated with suffocation has been linked to a reduction in infant mortality rate.
University of Queensland researchers are evaluating a novel sepsis diagnostic tool as an aid in differentiating sepsis from SIRS in paediatric patients.
Major construction of the $782.8 million Acute Services Building (ASB) at Prince of Wales Hospital has completed.
A specialist, private mental health inpatient service for adolescents from just 14 years of age is being offered by Ramsay Clinic New Farm in Queensland.
As the metaverse shifts from hype to reality, organisations and individuals are excited to experiment with these cutting-edge technologies.
Data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has revealed 3144 Australians died by suicide in 2021, compared to 3139 in 2020. Eight to nine people die by suicide every day.
All healthcare professionals should study a curriculum of nutrition education in order to help better support public health, a new paper has suggested.