The Australian College of Nursing has assured that nurses are well trained and ready to protect the community in the event of a coronavirus outbreak in Australia.
A team of biomedical engineers has created a blood-sampling robot that performed as well or better than people in a human clinical trial.
A Victorian man has been convicted in the Magistrates' Court of Victoria and found guilty of six charges under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law.
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 Australian-invented Saliva Glucose Biosensor is reported to be the world's first non-invasive replacement for finger-prick blood glucose testing.
Detecting age-related macular degeneration early can provide a window of opportunity to avoid or delay the burden of vision loss on both the patient and their families.
An Australian-led research project has found that low blood oxygen increases sick children's risk of death by up to eight-fold.
Creating an MBS rebate option for nurses to insert long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) could be Australia’s answer to birth control, new research from Family Planning NSW (FPNSW) has shown.
Painaustralia's National Pain Services Directory maps more than 200 specialist pain services across Australia, enabling better access for millions of Australians suffering from chronic pain.
A South Australian nurse has been professionally disqualified for practising while on a 25-year suspension.
Inadequate staffing and skill levels have been identified as major contributing factors in avoidable hospital visits by many aged-care residents in NSW.
Princess Margaret Hospital's treatment of a toddler with scald burns was found to be negligent and led to the child developing cerebral palsy.
Nurses and midwives 'at the bedside' are being encouraged to take a lead role in research under a grants program developed by the Rosemary Bryant Foundation.