You can narrow down the results using the filters
- More than 3,000 Australians died by suicide in 2020, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s (AIHW) latest report: Suicide and Self-Harm Monitoring.
- The Australian Government is providing a package of $6.8 million in targeted funding to help ease the grief of stillbirth for bereaved women and families.
- Read the transcript of Minister Well's TV interview with Kim Landers, ABC Radio AM discussing residential aged care, COVID outbreaks, staff shortages and wage increases.
- Read the transcript of Minister Well's TV interview with Greg Jennett, ABC Afternoon discussing aged care, workforce, new legislation and the commonwealth games.
- This DonateLife Week (24-31 July) 100,000 Australians are being asked to register as organ and tissue donors as part of the Great Registration Race.
- More than two in five Australians experience a mental health issue in their lifetime. In 2020–21 more than 3.4 million Australians sought help from a health care professional for their mental health.
- Read the transcript of Minister Wells' speech at the Brisbane 2032 Fundraising Luncheon, hosted by Property Council of Australia & Games partners and held on Friday 22 July 2022.
- The Australian Government today launched a new advertising campaign to encourage eligible Australians to access life-saving COVID-19 oral antiviral treatments.
- The Albanese Government is delivering on one of its core election commitments to make it easier for thousands of Australians in outer suburbs and regions to see a GP.
- Young people across the nation will soon benefit from additional access to mental health support at a number of headspace centres around Australia.
- Read the transcript of Minister Well's TV interview with Natalie Barr, Seven Sunrise discussing COVID in Aged Care.
- Minister for Aged Care Anika Wells today met with more than 1000 aged care providers to emphasise the importance of remaining proactive in the face of the winter COVID-19 wave.
- Read the transcript of Minister Butler's press conference on Omnicron, vaccines, third and fourth doses, provisional approval for Moderna for very young children, boosters, flu, aged care, masks, Pfizer and pressure on hospitals.
- Read the transcript of the radio interview with Minister Butler and Liam Bartlett, 6PR on Vaccines, COVID-19 emergency payments, economy, COVID-19 isolation period, National Cabinet and staff shortages in health.
- Medicare will cover a long consultation by a GP for the purpose of prescribing COVID-19 antivirals, with the change coming into effect from next week.
- Read the transcript of the radio interview with Minister Butler and Patricia Karvelas, ABC Radio National on COVID emergency payments; National Cabinet and health advice.
- Read the transcript of the TV interview with Minister Butler and Sarah Ferguson, ABC 7.30 on Mask mandates, antivirals, telehealth, emergency pandemic leave, aged care.
- Read the transcript of the Doorstop, Adelaide with Minister Butler on Labour force figures; rapid antigen tests; pandemic leave; aged care.
- Read the transcript of the radio interview with Minister Butler and Stacey Lee, ABC Adelaide Breakfast on Rapid Antigen Tests, masks and Voluntary Assisted Dying
- Read the transcript of the radio interview with Minister Butler and Chris Smith, 2GB Breakfast on COVID-19 response, Rapid Antigen Tests, masks and working from home.
- Read the transcript of Minister Well's radio interview with Patricia Karvelas, ABC Radio National discussing COVID in Aged Care; mask mandates; health budget.
- Read the transcript of Minister Wells' speech at the National Sports and Physical Activity Convention held on Wednesday 13 July 2022.
- Read the transcript of the TV interview with Minister Butler and Natalie Barr, Sunrise on Fourth and winter doses; restrictions, masks and working from home.
- The Australia Government today launched the Cancer Hub – a national one-stop digital hub that will change the way young Australians access cancer-related services.
- The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has today released its report Diabetes: Australian Facts, revealing the significant impact of diabetes on people living in rural and regional Australia.