What are the supply chain issues for getting Australians vaccinated, and what role does data and analytics play?
A look at what the health sector is saying about the 2021 federal Budget.
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.
The survey of 1013 Australians explored the lessons learnt from the incredible response healthcare workers demonstrated throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.
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.
HESTA Super Fund and the Australian Medical Association have joined more than 55 health and medical groups in signing the letter.
Health insurer nib is anticipating record profits this financial year, but according to APHA, instead of repaying members' fees as others have done, it is pocketing the extra cash.
Babies are being placed at unnecessary risk because their birth by caesarean section is scheduled too early, without a medical reason, according to a major report.
The CEO of Person Centred Software Australia, Tammy Sherwood, shares her experience of being a leader in the aged-care industry.
A new national standard of care is set to reduce the risk of women experiencing a serious tear of the perineum during childbirth.
The Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) system has been awarded the Platinum Respiratory Protection Award at the inaugural OH&S Industrial Hygiene Awards.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is calling on feedback to assist in the development of resources to strengthen cultural safety training and support services.
GPs play an important role in responding to family abuse and violence, and are often the first point of contact for people who are experiencing family abuse or violence.
We explore the safety profiles of the Pfizer–BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines.