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Inside track: Healthcare

19 October 2020

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Inside track: Healthcare

In the media

Tackling air pollution
Education and remuneration are two barriers currently limiting pharmacists' ability to help combat the impacts of air pollution on respiratory health, the International Pharmaceutical Federation believes (16 October 2020).  More...

New national framework launched to support mental health and wellbeing of Australian medical professionals
The Every Doctor, Every Setting: A National Framework was officially launched as part of a national commitment to prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of Australian doctors and medical students (16 October 2020).  More...

Caring for mental and physical health during the pandemic
The Australian Government recognises it is a very challenging time for many Australians, with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on daily life and work having taken a considerable toll on the mental health of individuals and communities (14 October 200).  More...

SARS-CoV-2 survives on surfaces for up to 28 days
CSIRO researchers have found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, can survive for up to 28 days on common surfaces including banknotes, glass — such as that found on mobile phone screens — and stainless steel (14 October 2020).  More...

Morrison government grants indemnity for COVID-19 vaccine side effects
As part of its $1.7 billion deals to secure more than 84.8 million doses of the Oxford University and University of Queensland vaccines if successful, the federal government has indemnified the suppliers - meaning they cannot be held liable for adverse events caused by the vaccines (08 October 2020).  More...

Survey says Australians overestimate IVF success
A survey conducted by Your Fertility reveals that most Australians are unaware of how early their fertility starts to decline, with many placing too much faith in IVF as a backup measure (13 October 2020).  More...

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