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The ultimate guide to career development for health professionals in just 4 simple steps

Careers and University, Dentistry, Dietetics, Exercise Physiology / Science, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Psychology, Sports Science, The Health Industry

A treasure trove of knowledge for anyone in health who is serious about their career advancement was released recently. It was titled the Allied Health…

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Pro-bono dentistry, Commonwealth Chief Pharmacist, proper funding for general practice and mental health, and nursing workforce planning feature in pre-budget submissions

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Dentistry The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF), an organisation aligned with the Australian Dental Association focused on delivering pro bono basic dental treatment to socially…

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The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety – worthwhile or not? What the AMA, ANMF and Universities Australia have to say

Careers and University, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Psychology, The Health Industry

On September 16, the government announced its plans to establish a Royal Commission that is expected to look into the conditions of the aged care…

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20% voluntary sugar reduction regulation for soft-drink businesses to solve the problem of obesity in Australia? Dietitians, doctors and public health advocates not convinced

Dietetics, Exercise Physiology / Science, Medicine, Pharmacy, The Health Industry

The announcement of major beverage companies to reduce sugar across the industry by 20% by 2025 in an attempt to support healthier lifestyles has been…

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