If hospitals know a person has an intellectual disability, they can tailor communication and care to improve their treatment and health outcomes.
We need to document and investigate these attacks, including testimonies from health workers, if we are ever to see these war crimes prosecuted.
Hospitals will have to plan for larger floods – and find ways to safely evacuate staff and patients.
‘Tele Stroke’ puts a Sydney stroke specialist in the emergency department of a rural hospital to give patients vital early assistance.
UNSW students involved with the Engineering World Health Summer Institute program make record number of repairs in Ugandan and Cambodian hospitals.
A UNSW-led study has confirmed for the first time that the implementation of the four-hour National Emergency Access Target has helped reduce chronic overcrowding in hospital emergency departments.
Litigation may sound like an obvious route for someone who experiences a medical injury. But it’s lengthy and stressful, and may not provide relief to patients and their families, writes Jennifer Moore.
The Jaquie Lambie Network's plan to fix the Tasmanian health system is vague at best and unlikely to make a difference, writes Helen Dickinson.
Unless new Federal Government changes to hospital funding for avoidable medical complications are implemented alongside other measures, they are unlikely to have much impact, writes Helen Dickinson.
Too much control by HR departments in hospitals is leading to disengagement and burnout among staff and a delay in the introduction of improved standards for patient care.