Top Medical News & Ideas This Week

By: MedicalSearch
16 June, 2020

This week: Australia's 'golden opportunity' to become global research leader post-coronavirus - Keeping seniors connected as more health services go online - and more.

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Study to investigate links between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare in regional areas

Healthcare researchers from Charles Sturt University have been awarded funding for a project that will investigate the connection between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare access in four regional NSW communities. -


Australia has a 'golden opportunity' to become global medical research leader post-coronavirus

The Federal Health Minister says Australia's handling of the coronavirus pandemic has put it in a prime position to become a leader in future medical research and clinical trials, bringing not only new medicines but new jobs to the country. -


Leadership in a pandemic

The spotlight has been shining on Australia’s healthcare industry as the rest of the world fights the COVID-19 pandemic. Media coverage has been intense and alarming, with news bulletins filled with scenes of hospital ICUs at breaking point as the pandemic has taken hold. -


Keeping our seniors connected as more health services go online

As Australians are increasingly asked to access basic services through technology, up to 60 per cent are now using the internet more than five times a day and Suncare Community Services is determined to not let the seniors’ community fall behind. -


New research at University of Melbourne to analyze health and well-being of health practitioners

A new research project which will look into the health of Australia’s health practitioners, aims to support the wellbeing of healthcare workers and protect patients from harm. -


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