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Progress welcome on national front door for clinical trials
AMA welcomes new guidelines to protect frontline workers against COVID
Why can’t gyms open yet but hospitality venues can?
Commission adopts precautionary principle in updated Preventing and Controlling Infections Standard
Panel to inquire into Perth Children’s Hospital ED announced
New standard to improve care of 7.7 million Australians who receive IV cannulas or ‘drips’ each year
PCH Emergency Department independent inquiry details finalised
New guide for families using aged care
Review of Guiding principles for medication management in residential aged care facilities and in community
New report on early planned caesarean sections
High rates of early caesarean sections are putting Australian babies at unnecessary risk
Australian women to benefit from national standard to reduce perineal trauma at birth
A ‘deep clean’ has been ordered for a Brisbane hospital ward
What are nebulisers? And how could they help spread COVID-19?
Active Ingredient Prescribing makes medication easier
Action needed to tackle health misinformation on internet, social media
Webcast on digital mental health standards
New standards open door to safe and effective digital mental health care
Antimicrobials report reveals consistently high use areas in major cities
Australian Health Protection Principal Committee coronavirus statements on 24 April
Jobs portal to fast track health recruitment
Bundaberg private hospital wins prestigious award
Putting palliative patients first a winning model
Partnering with patients a winning model for Bethesda Health Care
Indian Ocean Territories Health Service Community Advisory Committee
More support for frontline emergency care staff
Antibiotics may be overused in aged care in Australia
DBA Scope of Practice Standard is changing – What you need to know
Patient power recognised in new health charter
Doctors and aged care staff must stop improper use of antipsychotic and psychotropic drugs
Joint guideline update ensures best available evidence for prevention and control
Third comprehensive report on antibiotic resistance identifies ongoing threat