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With longer, hotter summers projected for the future, preparation is key in preventing harm to aged care residents as a result of heatwaves, a recent study by Judith McInnes and Joseph Ibrahim of Monash University’s Department of Epidemiology and...

A major study conducted in Western Australia has found that survival for patients with cardiovascular disease is related to socio-economic status and where they live. The study, undertaken by a team from the University of Western Australia’s School of...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) welcomes the appointment of Minister Peter Dutton as Minister for Health, and Senator Fiona Nash as Assistant Minister for Health. The AHHA shares their commitment to promoting and maintaining a...

“According to a recent study published in the Australian Health Review, melanoma follow-up practices in Australia vary widely across the country, and this may have major implications for both patients and the health budget, “ says Alison Verhoeven, Chief...

In a recent study published in the Australian Health Review, researchers examine the important ethical and legal issues that have arisen with medical photography in the digital age. In the study, the researchers explain that medical photography is a...

The Australian Hospitals and Healthcare Association (AHHA) and its research arm, the Deeble Institute, wish to join in the celebration of Medicare’s 30th birthday. At the time of its creation, Medicare was built on the founding principles of equity,...

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