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Some people with epilepsy do not identify as having a disability and therefore, believe they are not eligible for supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
A simulated National Provider Portal (NPP) environment is now available for healthcare providers to use in the On Demand Training Portal.
The Caring for Carers of People with Dementia Project has been designed for isolated carers and is a chat-based six-week group program that participants can join via videoconferencing from home.
Nurses and personal care workers provide direct care to millions of older Australians.
Self-regulation isn’t just for kids, and can improve health outcomes, say Harvard academics and their Aussie counterparts.
The recommendation for pertussis vaccination during pregnancy has been updated. The optimal timing for vaccination is 20-32 week gestation (mid 2nd trimester to early 3rd trimester).
Gold Coast GPs are invited to supervise medial students, with a record-number of GPs attending the recent GP Trainer workshop at Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN).
GPs are advised that from Wednesday 1 May 2019 the way that Children’s Health Queensland (CHQ) will accept referrals to the Queensland Children’s Hospital will change.
Funded by the Australian Government Department of Health, the End of Life Direction for Aged Care (ELDAC) project supports primary care practitioners and teams to provide care for older people towards the end of life.
Australia is leading the world in treating out Hepatitis C population with the dual aims of treating people at risk of serious liver disease and reducing the population with disease enough to stop reinfection in our at-risk communities. We have done well to date, treating probably a third of Hepatitis C infected people.
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