Top Medical News & Ideas This Week

By: MedicalSearch
28 July, 2020

This week: Reimagining rural general practices - Life in lockdown: Nursing in home care - New AIHW report shines light on health challenges the nation faces - and more.

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Reimagining rural general practices in a COVID-19 world

The impact of COVID-19 on healthcare workers in rural general medical practice in western Queensland will be explored in a new Griffith University study. -


COVID-19's impact on hepatitis elimination

This World Hepatitis Day — Tuesday, 28 July 2020 — Australia’s leading drug and infectious disease organisations will gather in the virtual world to re-engage on the elimination of hepatitis C. -


Coronavirus endgame: What will it take to bring COVID-19 under firm control?

We’re six months into the new world created by the coronavirus pandemic. Australia is battling a new wave of community transmission after the virus slipped quarantine, while the global coronavirus cases continue to surge – especially in India, Brazil and the US. -


Life in lockdown: Nursing in home care

Marilyn Harper MACN — a Registered Nurse and Regional Development Manager at BallyCara — discusses how she is utilizing her nursing skills to assist clients in home care settings during Melbourne’s return to lockdown restrictions. -


New AIHW report shines light on health challenges the nation faces

A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has highlighted the gaps in health outcomes for regional, remote and Indigenous Australians compared with Australia’s general population. -


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