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.
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 sustained physical, emotional and psychological demands of our work are literally destroying lives.
Biomedical waste management is essential for healthcare institutions striving to prevent and combat hospital-acquired infections and other biohazards.
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.
'Sustaining Clinical Team Performance Through COVID-19' offers support to clinical leaders and their teams during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UTS has launched an online degree to provide healthcare managers with the skills needed to make lead organisations and healthcare teams in complex environments.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network has developed a Qlik-powered COVID-19 application to manage staff, patients and stock levels of PPE.
One of the most sinister traits of a toxic workplace culture is that it's often difficult to detect until after you've fallen victim to it. However, there are key signs to look out for.
ACT Health has partnered with Australian health informatics company Alcidion to gain real-time visibility of patient flow and bed allocation.
More than 7000 Victorians will be fast-tracked for elective surgery in the next few weeks as the state responds to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) CEO Zena Burgess has resigned after 11 years in the role.
Dr Schmitt puts his PhD in Physics/Biophysics to good use, developing and implementing novel MRI scanning techniques in clinical routine.
Want your target market to notice your healthcare ad? Try simplicity and humour to get your message across. Dr Ryan Wallman explains how.
The Day Hospitals Australia National Conference is just around the corner. We hope to see you in Sydney from 31 August–2 September, so register now to avoid missing out.