Around 17.5% of the adult population, roughly 1 in 6 people worldwide, experience infertility, showing the urgent need to increase access to affordable, high-quality fertility care.
Dr Philip's Review also found that the overwhelming majority of health practitioners are well meaning and protective of Medicare, and they provide a high level of care to their patients.
A former North Queensland Cowboys player turned Mater Private Hospital Townsville upper gastrointestinal, bariatric and general surgeon, Dr Scott Whiting is one of 10 surgeons trained in how to use latest robotic technology Da Vinci XI.
Health practitioners hear about — and handle the repercussions of — family and domestic violence more than any other professional, yet many feel they are only modestly equipped to support survivors.
Sydney will host MedInfo 2023 at the International Convention Centre from 8–12 July 2023, where the theme will be 'The future is accessible'.
Salimi joins Telstra Health from eHealth NSW where he held the position of Executive Director, Service Delivery (CTO).
Data from a skin cancer study by QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute has been involved in a cybersecurity breach.
Brandon BioCatalyst, partnering with ANDHealth, will deliver the program to commercialise promising Australian biomedical and digital health discoveries.
Over half of the global population will have a high body mass index by 2035 and one in four people will be living with obesity, according to a new report.
Professor Duggan succeeds Adjunct Professor Debora Picone AO, who retired in September 2022 and was CEO from 2012.
The Australian Government has announced a new national action plan and a $26 million investment in health and medical research focusing on LGBTIQA+ communities.
Pill testing to check for the presence of potentially dangerous substances will be allowed in Queensland with the aim of reducing risk from illicit drug use.
Ahpra reports that its recently released blueprint for regulatory reforms has been endorsed by Australia's health ministers.
High levels of stress and burnout exist in Victoria's community health workers, according to a longitudinal study exploring the impact of COVID-19.
Australia will help build stronger and more equitable health systems across the Pacific and Southeast Asia as part of a $620 million health package.