Burnout prevention is an intentional routine to ensure we are as resilient as we need to be as health and helping professionals. Here are 6 tips to maintaining balance.
Genome.One’s Clinical Service recently opened the doors of Australia’s first private clinical genomics service, providing genetic counselling and genomic testing to patients Australia-wide.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has released a new guide that aims to assist general practitioners (GPs) in the fields of genetics and genomics.
An in-community eating disorder treatment program aims to provide a step-up-step-down model of care and improve the rate of eating disorder recovery. SNPHN has funded places in the program for young people.
Sydney North PHN in conjunction with Northern Sydney LHD had a very successful education event for GPs, particularly those participating in shared antenatal care.
Winter is on the way. It’s the season most associated with the hardship of illness such as influenza. Influenza or “the flu” as it is commonly called, is usually identified as a mild illness, but for children under five years of age, pregnant women, and people over the age of 65 it can be severe and occasionally fatal.
Two cases of gonorrhoea with high level resistance to ceftriaxone, azithromycin, ciprofloxacin, penicillin and tetracycline were diagnosed in Australia in February and March 2018
Between 16-22 April this year, we’re encouraging all Australians to discuss their future health care preferences with their loved ones.
The Cancer Institute NSW and NSW Quitline are thrilled to announce the launch of the NSW Quitline Online Referral Form – it is secure, and easier for all health professionals to refer clients to the NSW Quitline for support to stop smoking.
Public health investigation of an outbreak of locally-acquired hepatitis A during February and March 2018 is linked to eating frozen pomegranate arils purchased from Coles during the incubation period.
The Sydney North Health Network Community Council and Dr Fiona Robinson discuss what makes a good GP.
Due to the projected increase in new cases of breast cancer in females in the forthcoming years, Cancer Australia have developed a national model for follow up care to be shared between primary care and specialists.
Cancer Australia have published an information and support guide for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals to reduce the impact of gynaecological cancers in their communities.
GPs may request information on clients who have screened with BreastScreen NSW over the last 24 months.