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A cancer diagnosis has the power to significantly alter and potentially limit a person's life. However, by shifting some of Australia's cancer screening programs from a population-based to a risk-based or personalised approach, there is a strong...

The emergence of antimicrobial resistant infections stands as one of the most significant health threats of our time. The continued inappropriate or overuse of antimicrobials has accelerated the development of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), putting...

Children and young people are particularly vulnerable to the detrimental effects of climate change on mental health, warns a new Issues Brief released today by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association's (AHHA) Deeble Institute for Health...

Across the country, over 10% of our total population provides unpaid care to loved ones living with a chronic condition, disability, or illness, often with no formal healthcare training. Carers are invaluable to those they are looking after, but the role...

Australia’s healthcare needs are constantly growing and changing, particularly in a post-COVID environment and with our aging population. Our healthcare system needs to keep pace with these changes if it is to provide quality and accessible care to...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has today awarded the 2023 Deeble Institute Fellowship to Associate Professor Reema Harrison, Lead Healthcare Engagement and Workplace Behaviour, Australian Institute of Health Innovation,...

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