When it comes to government ads to promote vaccination, informing is not enough. We need high emotion, designed to trigger action.
- by Russel Howcroft
NSW has introduced a number of new COVID-19 restrictions in response to the latest eastern suburbs outbreak and other states have introduced restrictions for travel to and from NSW.
- by Pallavi Singhal
An east-west divide exists in ambulance response times across Sydney, as paramedics warn delayed response times are putting patients at risk.
- by Mary Ward
The number of staff owed more than eight weeks of annual leave at the five largest agencies under the Department of Health umbrella went up by more than 1800 people to 10,874 last year.
- by Peter de Kruijff
The strong advocacy for replacing hotel quarantine with standalone facilities to mitigate airborne transmission misses a very important point.
- by Dr Leena Gupta and Dr Teresa Anderson
Why are we allowing vaccination centres to sit empty when so many young people are keen to get the jab but are being turned away?
- by Luke Beck
A peer-reviewed study on the incubator, published in Fertility and Sterility, found the Geri incubator increased the chance of live birth by 12.2 per cent.
- by Mary Ward
Nurses and midwives at Liverpool and Campbelltown hospitals have walked off the job this afternoon after having a “gutful of being ignored”, the union says.
- by Daniella White, Sarah McPhee and Mary Ward
As Western Australia’s hospital crisis enters another week of grim milestones a new challenge has emerged for hospital administration as staff morale plummets.
- by Marta Pascual Juanola