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Free-to-attend Victorian Healthcare Week Expo

01 July, 2019

The Victorian Healthcare Week Expo brings the healthcare industry together to collaborate, connect and work towards designing, building and operating the state's hospitals and healthcare system of the future.


CPD online — what do the experts think?

28 February, 2017

In this, the next in our Panel of Experts series, we ask the question 'Where are the opportunities for nurses in CPD and can we professionally develop online?'


Expo shines a light on diabetes in Vic

23 January, 2017

Diabetes Expo will take place on Saturday, 25 February at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, featuring high-profile speakers and showcasing the latest products and services for people with diabetes.



Book Your Team's Training Before The EOFY And Save

29 June, 2016 by AHHB

With EOFY in sight, it is essential to make the most of your training budget. AHRI is offering $200 off HR and management in-house training courses and toolkits purchased prior to 30 June 2016.


Caring for patients, caring for yourself

14 January, 2016 by ahhb


Finding purpose in your work

23 December, 2015 by ahhb



First do no harm: Children in detention and duty of care

19 October, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Doctors and other medical staff at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital are refusing to discharge refugee children back into detention. They feel it is an unsafe environment that would be detrimental to their health.


Practice Management - Building Patient Confidence

13 October, 2015 by Sharon Smith

How to give your patients confidence when working with you – long before you meet them face to face. Jane Anderson is a Personal Branding Expert helping service professionals to position themselves effectively in their industry. Here Jane shares her advice for medical professionals managing their own practices on establishing trust between patient and doctor before the first meeting. 


RUOK? How to respond to someone who isn't OK

10 September, 2015 by Sharon Smith

World Suicide Prevention Day prompts people from all walks of life to ask their loved ones what could be a life-saving question: are you ok?


We’re Overdosing on Medicine

12 August, 2015 by Sharon Smith

It’s Time to Embrace Life’s Uncertainty The more we learn about the problem of too much medicine and what’s driving it, the harder it seems to imagine effective solutions. Winding back unnecessary tests and treatments will require a raft of reforms across medical research, education and regulation.


Workplace Skills: Coaching Your Peers

10 August, 2015 by Sharon Smith

We have asked leadership and coaching consultant Stacey Ashley to provide some practical workplace skills in the area of people management. In this article Stacey takes us through the art of coaching our peers, whether in a formal or informal coaching or mentoring relationship.


Diagnose Your Cough with an App

22 July, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Cough into this phone please: The University of Queensland has developed a mobile application that allows for the diagnosis of respiratory conditions such as pneumonia and asthma based on an algorithm that uses the sound of the patient’s cough for recognition.


Sleep Awareness Week Seeks Survey Participants

06 July, 2015 by Sharon Smith

More than two million Australian adults - over 10% of the population - suffer from a sleep disorder, clinical insomnia or sleep apnea. Sleep disorders cost the Australian economy more than $5.1 billion per year. The reduction in life quality caused by sleep disorders has a further cost equivalent of $31.4 billion a year.


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