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Favouring private health insurance will come at a heavy price, argues John Menadue
WHEN TONY ABBOTT said that the Liberal Party was the best friend Medicare ever had, I took it with a grain of salt. But he may be right, if we consider...
This working paper from the National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health investigates the extent to which health care has contributed to the decline in mortality rates in Australia over recent decades
by examining trends in avoidable mortality between 1968 and 2001. Avoidable mortality...
People living in rural and remote Australia, and particularly Indigenous Australians, have much poorer health and inferior health services than other Australians. This presentation briefly explores the issues of an ageing rural population and its associated health demands, the incidence of depression, lack of access...