Tag Archives: doctor

Current system continues to fail the people it’s designed to protect
Study uncovers community misconceptions about what causes childhood cancer
Support for families with critically ill loved ones
Health and fitness take centre stage at Council’s Get Active Expo
Man drowns at Clovelly Beach, NSW
Does your bushfire plan include a checklist to help in the aftermath?
Prioritising our health workforce
Rural Doctors get approval to negotiate
Cultivating an atmosphere of respect: UNE body donor program featured in podcast
GP Funding Welcome but Where’s the Allied Health Care
Dr Hinurewa Poutu appointed to Te Mātāwai Board
Government Maintains Support For Medical Indemnity Insurance Schemes
Steps to avoiding Legionnaires’ disease
New guidelines for transfer of care arrangements
Collaboration the Key to Mental Health Action
BHI shows NSW hospitals a cut above the rest
Healthcare Atlas highlights growing opioid use
Insurers need to pay claims faster, according to reviews
Matt Hancock orders review into over-prescribing in the NHS
ANMF Mersey Hospital work bans
States urged to boost funding to their own hospitals
Government review to improve the lives of autistic children
Avoid unnecessary scans, keep moving, and your low back pain will probably go away without extra treatment
BHI releases ratings of children and adolescents’ experiences in NSW public hospitals
NSW health warns of cryptosporidiosis risk
Cheaper GP visits for 600,000 Kiwis begin tomorrow
Support for families with critically ill loved ones
Legislative Changes Improve My Health Record
Oxygen halves child pneumonia deaths
Easier access to health assistance for MSD clients
AMA Urges Caution on New Defence Health Services Contract
Schoolies fun comes with health advice about safe sex
AACOM President Stephen Shannon, D.O. ’86, explains osteopathy in ‘U.S. News and World Report’ article
Dust disease register welcome, but requires improved diagnosis
Message from the Minister of Health – Family Doctor Week Week of November 12, 2018
Medical recruitment agencies provide an invaluable service to doctors, new survey shows
Statement on Bourke Street incident
Rural Doctors provisionally given green light to negotiate
COAG Review Of The National Registration And Accreditation Scheme (NRAS) A Squandered Opportunity
Improving patient care through better through better patient feedback
New launch date for astronaut David Saint-Jacques’ mission
STORY OP: Health check reveals 1 in 10 Australians at risk due to high blood pressure
Airservices presents at RAAA
Lord Chancellor announces 2% pay increase for judges: UK
Australian Medicinal Cannabis Pricing Report Released
Surgical assistants should not have to bill primary surgeons
My Health Record: A Huge Threat to Patient Privacy With Little Benefit
NSW lags behind on basic healthcare rights for women