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The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association encourages aged and community care workers to register for our free online palliative care training portal during National Palliative Care Week. This years’ Palliative Care Week is themed “Living Well...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has welcomed a pledge by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten to end the freeze on Medicare rebates if Labor is elected to government. “This decision would ensure bulk-billing and affordable health...

A new report has called for an overhaul of medical services offered to women seeking contraception, as researchers reveal that half of all pregnancies are unplanned. The report by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, which was funded by...

The impact of chronic illness is increasingly being felt throughout the Australian community. Chronic illnesses can affect every aspect of a person’s life including their ability to work, go to school, live independently, care for children and family,...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has called for all candidates in the 2016 federal election to commit to working together for a healthy Australia supported by the best possible health system. “A priority for the incoming 45th...

The mental health burden in Australia is significant and it is growing. The National Mental Health Commission’s 2014 report Contributing lives, thriving communities1 , clearly sets out the burden associated with mental ill health, in terms of health...

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