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New research makes recommendations for attracting doctors to rural locations and retaining them by dealing with a number of barriers.
Australians develop diabetes every day leading to an annual cost estimated at $14.6 billion.
Taking on a leadership position at short notice in the middle of a pandemic is no easy task, even if Acting Director, Professor Zsuzsoka Kecskes, made it look...
Thanks to the work of Professor Imogen Mitchell, and her team, ACT health facilities are in a strong position to deal with what might lie ahead.
An innovative interdisciplinary workshop series, led by Dr Lillian Smyth, is addressing gender-based challenges that female researchers experience.
In a world first study, Dr Ata Doost, ANU Medical School PhD Candidate, and colleagues have proven that micro-CT scanning (or virtual dissection) of the left...
A research collaboration will lead to the development of end of life communication protocols and resources.
Improving the mental health response for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples during the pandemic »
A multi-organisational collaboration has made five (5) specific recommendations to improve the mental wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
Improving early detection and management of chronic disease for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people »
Dr Jason Agostino and team awarded $1.6 million to enhance chronic disease screening and management for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Anatomy educators have identified six key principles for a quick and smooth transition to online teaching.
Changes to the handling of blood samples could lead to higher detection of Gestational Diabetes.
A collaboration between ANU and MS Research Australia has led to an MS Toolkit for researchers and those living with MS>