Gunilla Haydon has led Australia's first qualitative study into the experiences of people who have survived a cardiac arrest.
Advances in mobile duress alarms provide security for greater numbers of staff at risk in the healthcare environment.
$205,000 will be shared by eight Australian researchers, underpinning new research projects and supporting future leaders in stroke.
Finally Australia has access to this easy-to-use antidote for alcohol poisoning.
This safe, affordable and easy-to-use sun-sensitive sensor discolours gradually in response to UV light.
The Bureau of Health Information (BHI) has released a report providing detailed information about the experiences of care for women during various stages of their maternity journey in NSW public hospitals
Patients with hip fracture should receive surgery within 48 hours of arriving at hospital and start moving around the day after surgery, if possible, according to a new care standard launched by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.
Ongoing education is important for ensuring emergency department nurses play a vital role in the speedy delivery of patient pain relief, according to a new Australian study.
A study published in JAMA shows that a bit of physical exercise within seven days of a bonk to the head can help stop the symptoms of concussion.
What are we to do for people experiencing delirium, who are robbed of their mental awareness and ability to communicate?
The $20 billion Medical Research Future Fund is now one step closer to implementation, with legislation passing Senate after amendments from the LNP.
It’s a mantra repeated by health providers Australia-wide: breast is best. And while we’ve always known that there is something about mother’s breast milk that causes a baby to thrive, it has taken until 2015 to discover why that is.
One in six Australians will have a stroke in their lifetime. That’s about 51,000 strokes per year, or one every ten minutes. Worldwide, stroke is the second most common cause of premature death, after heart disease, and is the leading cause of disability among adults.
Heather Rowe, Monash University and Jane Fisher, Monash University