Minister for Health Sussan Ley said these new grants would help Australia’s research community to make discoveries that improve the diagnosis, treatment and cure of illnesses that can affect Indigenous Australians.
In September, Sydney North Health Network held seven mental health, alcohol and other drugs co-design workshops.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has today announced the appointments of Associate Professor Meredith Makeham and Dr Steve Hambleton.
Vision Australia has launched seelikeme.org, a website showcasing inspiring stories of people living with low vision and achieving great things.
Some important resources relating to the National Shingles Vaccination Program which will commence from 1 November 2016.
The National Assthma Council Australia has released version 1.2 of the Australian Asthma Handbook
Important information of new MBS Item numbers from 1 November 2016 for Indigenous eye health program.
Existing and prospective aged care providers of Commonwealth Home Support Program services are invited to apply for funding to support older people to live independently within their communities.
SNPHN have just released their inaugural 2015/16 Annual Report. The report reflects and documents a successful first year as a Primary Health Network across our four strategic priority areas including Commissioning, Building Primary Healthcare Capacity, Service Transformation.
The Australian Digital Health Agency would like to engage with clinicians working in various healthcare settings to understand how they use medicines-related information.
The Targeted Earlier Intervention Program Reform is one of a number of NSW Government reform initiatives underway that will impact the way that NGOs deliver services to vulnerable children, young people families and communities.
The Art of Ageing exhibition is a series of photographs and stories that celebrate the lives of older people living in NSW.
National Carers Week is a time to recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution unpaid carers in Australia make in our community.
New resources have been released to help parents and families understand how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can support children with developmental delay or disability.
One-third of patients requesting female genital cosmetic surgery are younger than 18, according to a joint Monash study of Australian General Practitioners, with many GPs feeling ill-equipped to advise on the surgery.
Advance is a free toolkit of screening and assessment tools and a training package, designed to support practice nurses to work with GPs in advance care planning and palliative care.
Sometimes acknowledging that you need help and reaching out is the hardest part but on headspace Day young Australians around the country are being reminded that mental health is important and help is always available.
Learn and grow is the theme of this year’s NSW Mental Health Month, with a focus on encouraging all of us to understand the factors that impact our own mental health and to take action to improve our wellbeing.
The Department of Health has made a temporary amendment to the ePIP incentive to allow general practices participating in the program to upload all shared health summaries to the My Health Record by January 31 2017.
Helpful information about advance care directives to allow you to take control over the end of your life.