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Support at home program consultation to begin soon

10 January, 2022

The government will soon begin consultation on critical design elements for the new Support at Home Program.


Emergency departments presentations rebound following a 1.4% drop

14 December, 2021

Following a decline in early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, presentations to public hospital emergency departments have rebounded, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).


Two healthcare projects in NSW Sustainability Awards shortlist

22 November, 2021

Auburn Hospital Recycling Team and The Hunter New England Local Health District are among finalists in the NSW Sustainability Awards.


Actionable monitoring information to optimise drug treatment

19 November, 2021

Drug Monitoring Checker from Pharmaceutical Press, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society's knowledge business launches through MedicinesComplete in early 2022.


Keeping hospitals safe 24/7

01 November, 2021

Hospitals and medical centers are complex buildings. Operational continuity and energy management are of central importance for the reliable and efficient hospital operation. Power outages are not only a nuisance, they can also be life-threatening. Read this guide to find out how to choose and implement the correct electrical systems inside patient area medical locations, according to IEC 60364-7-710 and AS-NZS-3003 requirements.


Towards equity in healthcare outcomes

28 October, 2021 by David Dembo*

Inequities pervade the modern world, despite our technological advances and a growing awareness of the importance of human rights.


Health sector urged to lead climate action

19 October, 2021

Australia needs to frame climate change as a health issue, first and foremost, according to Aussie researchers.


How are large, corporate GP clinics impacting patient care?

13 May, 2021

A shift towards larger general practices may impact future patient care in Australia, according to the authors of a Perspective piece published in the Medical Journal of Australia.


More than half of Australian nurses and doctors feel burned out

05 May, 2021

A study examining burnout exposure and the mental health of practitioners and nurses reveals widespread feelings of exhaustion, with bureaucracy cited as a key factor of overload.


The epidemic of burnout in the health and social sectors

31 March, 2021 by Alison Coughlan

The sustained physical, emotional and psychological demands of our work are literally destroying lives.


Innovative solution for biomedical waste management and processing

01 October, 2020

Biomedical waste management is essential for healthcare institutions striving to prevent and combat hospital-acquired infections and other biohazards.


Hospital care shifts away from overnight stays

10 July, 2020

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reveals that hospital admissions rose by an average 3.3% per year between 2014–15 and 2018–19.


Free live webinar to support clinical leaders

19 May, 2020

'Sustaining Clinical Team Performance Through COVID-19' offers support to clinical leaders and their teams during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Degree arms health managers for complex situations

08 May, 2020

UTS has launched an online degree to provide healthcare managers with the skills needed to make lead organisations and healthcare teams in complex environments.


App keeps stock of staff, patients and PPE

30 April, 2020

Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network has developed a Qlik-powered COVID-19 application to manage staff, patients and stock levels of PPE.


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