#115 New guidelines could significantly reduce dementia rates
Risk reduction has been recognised by the WHO as a key strategy in reducing future incident dementia.
#113 Health experts call for stronger national air pollution standards
Leading health groups across Australia have united to call for stronger national air pollution standards.
Hospital Health Check Survey
This year's Hospital Health Check Survey is NOW OPEN to all Victorian doctors in training.
#110 The ‘other’ gender bias in medicine
We’re pushing for equal representation of women in society. There is no reason we should not have equal representation of women in clinical trials too.
#109 New clinical tool to prevent premature epilepsy deaths
SUDEP is when a person with epilepsy dies suddenly and prematurely and no reason for death is found. Currently there is very little information or awareness of SUDEP.
#103 Thunderstorm asthma public health campaign
The state government has launched a campaign to ensure that Victorians are as prepared as they can be should another epidemic thunderstorm asthma event occur.
#101 It’s time to talk about STIs
After record increases in sexually transmissible infections in the last decade, the DHHS is encouraging all Victorians to get tested and seek treatment.
#99 Doctors vs journalists – why the facts matter
We can’t be bystanders when it comes to calling out click bait and fake news, writes Dr Jill Tomlinson.
#97 World-class maternity and paediatric services for Melbourne’s west
Western Health has a new site for women’s and children’s services at Sunshine Hospital.