Next-of-kin are the most likely to be aware of a loved one's suicide plans, yet in a quarter of cases studied there was no communication between them and health professionals treating the person who died.
New tools developed at UNSW have increased the ability of researchers to measure and see how T cells work and respond to threats.
A streamlined model of education can be used to offer genetic testing to women newly diagnosed with breast cancer, and will become more important as increasing numbers of women seek testing.
UNSW-St Vincent’s Hospital researcher Jennifer Massey is the recipient of an MS Research Australia scholarship to examine the effects of stem cell transplant treatment on patients with MS.
The results of the largest study to examine hepatitis B notification rates for women in NSW suggest a newborn vaccination program introduced in 1987 has been a success.
A UNSW Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on biosecurity and bioterrorism is drawing people from a wide range of backgrounds.
The NDIS roll-out has been criticised for many glitches, but that doesn't mean the scheme is failing, writes Helen Dickinson.
World-class health care and medical research have been brought under one roof with the opening of the new Bright Building, which includes UNSW Scientia Clinical Research.
UNSW's David Goldstein has been awarded for his continued dedication to improving global health through an oncology project in central Vietnam.
Tax increases that will see a packet of cigarettes costing A$40 may discourage smoking, but could end up having unintended consequences for poorer smokers, write Katie Hirono and Katherine Smith.