Health costs spiral in Aboriginal communities

From sleeping rough in parklands to skipping medical appointments, the additional burden of out-of-pocket healthcare expenditure is widening the healthcare gap for Aboriginal households in rural […]

AI driving a SMART future for public health

Australia’s first integrated public health and clinical data platform to help combat current and future healthcare challenges such as pandemics and natural disasters is being established […]

Health and housing link for resettlement

In high-income countries with expensive and tight housing markets affecting many people, resettlement for people from refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds is becoming increasingly difficult. To delve […]

Women carry burden of aged care

Women make up more than 60% of the older adult population in the Asia-Pacific, where the challenges associated with one of the fastest ageing population clusters […]

Free RAT tests make economic sense

Following considerable public pressure over the past few weeks, the federal government has announced concession card holders will soon be able to collect up to ten free […]

1 in 7 avoid the ED in early pandemic

A snapshot of emergency department (ED) demand during the COVID-19 pandemic indicates that more accessible out-of-hospital services – such as telehealth GP appointments – may be […]

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Government help needed to boost health of SA

Campaigns to encourage healthy behaviour among South Australians are disjointed, ignore broader societal issues and need greater involvement from state government, a Flinders University review has […]