The survey of 1013 Australians explored the lessons learnt from the incredible response healthcare workers demonstrated throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.
Uniforms play a central role in the pandemic-response arsenal, impacting everything from infection control to patient experience.
Thank you gifts were delivered to frontline workers and their families at Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick by a convoy of Santa's Little Sherpas.
The Unisex Santa Scrub Top from NNT is designed to bring some Christmas cheer to the workplace, with a fun seasonal Santa print.
NNT's healthcare range of uniforms is designed to meet the rigours of the everyday working life of healthcare professionals in any situation.
Workforce management consultancy Smart WFM has launched a new healthcare division to help the industry modernise in the era of COVID-19.
The Nossal Institute for Global Health is capturing voice memos of healthcare workers during the pandemic.
For one more week, Madame Tussauds Sydney is opening its doors to emergency service workers, teachers and healthcare professionals for free!
Infectious Clothing Company supplies scrubs and corporate uniforms to the medical and healthcare industry, catering to individuals, small practices and entire hospital teams.
Workforce management tools have helped organisations make decisions about the future and respond to uncertainty with flexibility.
Electric scooter manufacturer Mearth has donated dozens of electric scooters to NSW healthcare workers in a bid to help ease their commute to and from work.
The latest in scrub design provides high levels of garment function, focusing on comfort, protection and garment care, securing multiple benefits for health facilities.
A survey conducted by the NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association (NSWNMA) reveals that a majority of nurses and midwives in NSW are threatened while carrying out their work.
When our care system is in crisis, how do hospitals decide how to distribute scarce resources? We address the ethical dilemmas.
Dr Michael Wong survived a vicious knife attack in the foyer of the hospital where he worked. He believes much can be done to improve hospital security.