The federal Department of Health is hosting a free webinar on funding reform for aged care executives, including CEOs, CFOs and managers.
The 2022 budget is an election-year budget. So stakeholders have been pushing their wheelbarrows up the hill to Parliament House to lobby for extra largesse to flow their way.
Six Australian health and medical researchers are set to receive goverment funding of around $22 million.
A new national research network will tackle health impacts of climate change, addressing themes such as urban health, bushfires and heatwaves, amongst others.
One of the grant recipients will investigate the medium- and long-term impacts of COVID-19 on patients' health and wellbeing.
AIA Australia's Chief Health Insurance Officer, Tim Tez, weighs in on redefining health insurance, tapping into the millennial mentality and levelling the age gap.
The 2021 Gilead Fellowship Research Grants Program has extended applications, meaning that applicants now have until Friday, 14 August to secure some of the $300,000 total funding.
The 2020 Gilead Fellowship Research Grants Program has awarded funding to research projects focused on improving patient outcomes in several disease areas.
Following an alarming report, LASA has called on the government to relieve the financial stress affecting the sector while the Royal Commission goes about its critical work.
Financial management for aged-care facilities is complex, further complicated by ongoing legislative changes. Technology can ease the burden.
The Coalition Government has announced another component of its health workforce reform agenda, handing the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program selection to the two General Practice Colleges.
$483 will be shared by more than 1900 Australian researchers across four National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding schemes.
Few would quibble with the idea that medical research is among the best investments our community can make. From whatever dominant viewpoint through which you consider the world ... medical research has the ability to not only meet objectives, but produce untold human dividends for decades to come.
The University of Sydney's historic collection of medical pathology specimens — used to teach medical students about crucial aspects of human diseases for generations — will be preserved in perpetuity thanks to a $2 million donation from businessman Len Ainsworth.
Plans to establish a joint therapeutic products regulator between Australia and New Zealand have ceased.