Report

Reflecting poorly: health care in the U.S. compared to other high-income countries

No two countries are alike when it comes to organising and delivering health care for their people - creating an opportunity to learn about alternative approaches. The goal of this report is to compare the performance of health care systems of 11 high-income countries.
Policy report

Being equally well

This report from a number of leading health experts recommends major improvements to primary healthcare services in Australia to stop people with serious mental illnesses from dying between 14 and 23 years earlier than other Australians.
Report

Responding to our consultation: changes for more flexible and responsive regulation

The Care Quality Commission is currently in the process of developing a new five-year strategy, to run from 2021 – 2026. While it is carrying out a programme of engagement around the new strategy, CQC has also launched a consultation on proposals to make its...
Report

Aboriginal people’s experiences of hospital care

The report explores Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people’s experiences of care and examines differences in experiences at rural and urban hospitals, and trends over time.
Position paper

Recommendations for a tailored COVID-19 response for people with disability

This position statement and related communication recommends ways in which Australian state and federal governments should respond to the health, educational and social care needs of people with disability living in areas with high rates of infection, at the same time as how people with...
Position paper

People with disability and COVID-19

Leading health and disability researchers are calling for urgent action from state and federal governments to develop a targeted response to COVID-19 for people with disability, their families and the disability service sector.
Report

Hidden in plain sight: optimising the allied health professions for better, more sustainable integrated care

This report examines the evidence and identifies the critical changes that are key to designing a system with fully integrated allied health services aligned with the objectives of the health and disability system reforms.
Journal article

Prevalence of everyday discrimination and relation with well-being among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults in Australia

This study employs a validated measure to quantify experiences of everyday discrimination in a national sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults surveyed from 2018 to 2020.
Report

Switched on: how do we get the best out of automation and AI in health care?

This report offers in-depth analysis into the challenges and potential presented by automation and AI in health care and highlights wider implications for the future, setting out considerations for policymakers and the NHS.
Journal article

Australian Aboriginal techniques for memorization: translation into a medical and allied health education setting

It is clear from these studies that students in the medical and allied health professions expect that memorization will play a substantial role in their training, and they are receptive to learning techniques that can improve memory tasks. The students sampled in this work viewed...