More than 50,000 Indigenous health workers and practitioners have accessed specialised training to help protect remote communities from COVID-19 outbreaks.
There are a few alarming behavioural patterns and indications healthcare employers need to be mindful of, observe and intervene where necessary.
Economic modelling has revealed that Australia can transform the quality of its aged-care system in just four years.
Australia's Annual Overdose Report 2020 reveals that — for the fifth year running — more than 2000 Australians lost their lives due to overdose.
Korongee Village has implemented a patient-centred digital care system that allows staff to plan, record and monitor the care of residents in real time.
Research has found a correlation between a mother's mental health and children's emotional and social development.
The quick shift from in-person services to digital practice has skipped a step — evidence-based practice.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is encouraging future GPs to undertake their training in a rural or remote community in 2021.
A series of trials run in Victorian hospitals over three years reveal that simple, low-cost behavioural interventions could help reduce the risk of avoidable medical errors.
A new frailty index is set to improve aged-care and health outcomes in vulnerable older Australians.
Cork and Canvas is offering free online paint and sip sessions to Australia's dedicated frontline workers, to convey gratitude and help relieve stress during the COVID-19 crisis.
Black Dog Institute has launched TEN (The Essential Network) — a multifaceted e-health hub, developed by health professionals for health professionals.
Life and health insurance provider AIA Australia has become the official life, health and wellbeing partner for North Melbourne Football Club.
UNSW Sydney's 3DN has launched MySigns — a tool to support the mental health assessment of people with intellectual disability and communication difficulties.
An international study has found that prolonged daily aspirin use increases the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding by at least 60% in people aged 70 and over.