What might 2021 hold for the aged-care and disability sectors?
AIHW has released the 2020 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework, finding mixed results for the 68 measures investigated.
The Australian Government will invest an additional $132.2 million in response to COVID-19-related recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
Marking World AIDS Day on 1 December, HIV advocates are calling for greater efforts and coordination to eliminate HIV-related stigma.
New National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards have been released by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.
Eight organisations and teams have been recognised across disability services, allied health, aged care and community services in a virtual celebration of excellence.
A nutritional drink has been found to slow the decline of cognition, function, brain atrophy and disease progression in patients with mild cognitive impairment.
A Stroke Foundation report has found that preventing stroke and improving access to treatment and care could save thousands of lives and billions of dollars each year.
CSIRO has developed a new health monitoring solution that will enable older Australians living independently at home to send real-time data to their healthcare providers.
Autism CRC has published a landmark report, detailing the best available high-quality evidence about interventions for children on the autism spectrum aged up to 12 years.
Scientia Professor Gordon Parker and Professor Helen Milroy have been announced as dual winners of the 2020 Australian Mental Health Prize.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus the crucial relationship between aged care, hospitals, general practice, ambulance services and the whole health system.
Nearly half of Queensland's trainee doctors are worried they will make a clinical mistake because they are exhausted from working excessively long hours.
Queensland not-for-profit Sporting Wheelies has made active living accessible to all, by enabling team sports and providing rehabilitation for those living with physical disabilities.
Dr Gabrielle O'Kane looks at why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people living in remote communities are at greater risk of COVID-19.