Australian Health Review

As Prime Minister Morrison signalled a hope that net zero carbon emissions might be achieved by 2050 and Opposition Leader Albanese reshuffled the shadow cabinet with a view to resetting climate policy, health leaders have called for climate change to be...

‘Telehealth hospital outpatient specialist appointments do not seem to have a reduced rate of non-attendance compared with face-to-face appointments’, says the Editor-in-Chief of Australian Health Review , Dr Sonĵ Hall. Australian Health Review (AHR) is...

New Australian research on COVID-19 screening of hospital patients during the first wave of the pandemic found that the documentation of patient screening procedures before surgery could be improved. The COVID Screen Audit study has been published in...

‘COVID-19 perspectives from academia to the boardroom to the coalface are a feature of the August issue of Australian Health Review ’, says the journal’s Editor-in-Chief Dr Sonĵ Hall. Australian Health Review is the peer-reviewed journal of the...

‘The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us that our health system should be patient-focused, agile, responsive and sustainable at any given time’, says Dr Sonĵ Hall, Editor-in-Chief of Australian Health Review (AHR) , the academic journal of the Australian...

The collaborative arrangements that nurse practitioners are required to have with medical practitioners in order to receive Medicare-subsidised payments are analysed in the latest issue of Australian Health Review (AHR), the academic journal of the...

The most common complaints against five different health professions are profiled in the latest issue of Australian Health Review (AHR), the professional journal of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association. An author team led by Professor...

‘Parliamentarians need to actively consider evidence when deliberating on proposed voluntary assisted dying laws’, says Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive, Alison Verhoeven. ‘This is aside from differing ethical...

Out-of-pocket spending on health by households in Australia is rising faster than overall household spending on goods and services—and taking an increasingly bigger slice of the household budget, according to a research study published today in...

Research on 20 Emergency Departments (EDs) in Queensland shows considerable variability in models of care used to meet ever-increasing patient demand. The study has been published today in Australian Health Review, the peer-reviewed journal of the...

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