The series will allow nurses involved in the aged-care sector to update their knowledge and skills by reflecting on their practice and ensuring best practice.
A professional development program has been launched to identify the digital health skills nurses and midwives need to further improve the quality, safety and efficiency of the care they deliver.
Australia's general practitioner (GP) workforce will be undersupplied to the tune of 9298 full-time GPs by 2030, according to a report by big four consultancy Deloitte.
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.
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?'
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.