One of the pharmacy profession’s most popular education tools, the Annual Gold Questionnaire, is available exclusively online at the PSA website and will be available until 1 March 2014.
General Practice Registrars Australia is the peak body for the next generation of general practitioners. The organisation is committed to improving the health care for all Australians through excellence in education and training, and promoting general practice as the medical specialty of choice. Over recent years, GPRA has put together a strong engagement initiative to start a conversation with these new and emerging doctors through a program called GP First.
‘Chronic Diseases – Prevention and Improving Health Outcomes,’ is the theme of the 9th Gold Coast Health and Medical Research Conference 2013, being held at Surfers Paradise, on November 28 and 29.
Wound care and the treatment of minor ailments are important professional services provided by your local pharmacist, writes Grant Kardachi, president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.
The AMA Council of Doctors in Training (AMACDT) is urging Australian Health Ministers to agree to start work on a new national medical training plan when they meet in November.
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has welcomed a move to launch a full Senate inquiry into the Federal Government’s $2000 cap on tax deductions for work-related self-education expenses.
Table 1. The complete list of ASUM CCPU units
ACORN’s (Australian College of Operating Room Nurses) Vision is to develop the SPIRIT of perioperative nursing in Australia by standards utilising evidence based practice, professional growth and development, innovation to achieve best patient care outcomes, representation of all States and Territories, influencing health policy and developing teamwork locally, nationally and internationally.
With an Integrated Reporting System from Soliton IT, Nambour hospital in Queensland, has reduced turnaround time for radiology reports by 85%.
Doctors' communications with patients have improved due to concerns about the medicolegal consequences of poor communication, Dr Louise Nash and her colleagues report.
The College of Nursing is a professional body that represents, assists, educates and supports nursing professionals throughout Australia.