Coda 2020 will enthuse healthcare professionals in Australia to take action across four domains: earth, ethics, cure and education.
The 'be safe first' campaign advises consumers of the risks associated with cosmetic procedures, particularly those offered by unregistered practitioners.
The new peak body for health informatics and digital health — The Australasian Institute of Digital Health — is officially open.
In her presentation, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Information Officer Kate Rezenbrink will discuss nurses' and midwives' relationship with digital health.
Devices like wristband and label printers are crucial for accuracy and efficiency in patient identification and labelling of test samples.
Airepure Australia (a Camfil Group company) NATA-certified technicians can replace gel seal or gasket seal HEPA filters within your existing installations and perform HEPA filter integrity testing to meet Australian Standards and healthcare regulations.
Want more people to take out private health insurance? Offer effective incentives, says the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA).
The NDIS has had a monumental impact on the care sector, from both a client and provider perspective. For better or worse, it's meant that many care providers have had to rethink their approaches.
A national initiative will support time-critical work and informed decision-making of frontline hospital emergency department (ED) clinicians through the use of patients' My Health Record (MHR).
With a growing demand for improved lifestyles, aged-care facilities face higher expectations than ever before to provide superior services and amenities.
The new centre will specialise in personalised orthopaedic and maxillofacial solutions and provide training for PhD students and early-career researchers to engage with industry and clinical partners.
ACON has condemned state government plans to introduce a Bill enforcing mandatory testing of individuals whose bodily fluids come into contact with emergency services personnel.
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.