Compared with the non-indigenous population where kidney disease affects 1 in 10, First Nations Australians are nearly four times more likely to die with it.
With radical action we can end stigma and discrimination against people with mental health conditions and their families globally, says The Lancet Commission.
Culturally tailored health care and listening to Indigenous knowledges will be central to this year's Ngar-wu Wanyarra Health Conference.
People with a diagnosis of BPD and their carers report experiencing discrimination when presenting to health services following self-harm or a suicide attempt.
A study from UniSA's Australian Centre for Precision Health has found a link between metabolism and dementia-related brain measures.
A few months ago we were shocked and saddened by the news of young Hiyaan Kapil who died shortly after being discharged from Logan Hospital.
Hundreds of international health leaders from over 56 countries will descend on Brisbane Convention Centre between 17 and 20 October for The International Society of Quality in Health Care's (ISQua) 38th International Conference.
Regional clinical trial patient John Robson is on a mission to tell fellow country people that you don't have to travel to a metro centre to receive the best health care.
Artificial sweeteners are found in thousands of products, particularly ultra-processed foods such as artificially sweetened drinks and low-calorie ready meals.
If you need urgent medical attention in a regional or rural area in Australia, you may find that you'll end up in an urgent care centre staffed by nurses.
GP Down South will receive $1.8 million funding to develop and trial a model of integrated care that is patient-centred and improves access for rural Australians.
New findings reveal that just four traditional diabetes complications — cellulitis, heart failure, urinary tract infections, and skin abscesses — were in the top 10 leading causes of hospitalisation.
The Deeble Institute recommends establishing a clinical quality registry for hospital-treated self-harm as a recognised mechanism for linking data to improved care.
Nearly a quarter of Australians cite that they feel like GPs are inaccessible.