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The Hon Greg Hunt MP
Minister for Health
A media release from Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston MP, Acting Minister for Health, about $7.5 million for research into the use of artificial intelligence in health care.
A media release from Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston MP, Acting Minister for Health, announcing $5 million for research into ways to improve quality of life for people with brain cancer.
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, about how the Australian Government will provide more than $5 million to allow Australian researchers and patients to take part in three international clinical trials of new, lifesaving treatments.
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, about how the Australian Government is investing $10 million in bold and innovative ideas in health and medical service delivery.
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, about $8 million in cutting edge research to address drug resistant tuberculosis and antimicrobial resistance.
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, announcing $14.7 million for 17 ground-breaking medical projects to help turn innovative medical ideas into reality, helping generations of future Australians.
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, announcing a $49.6 million grant opportunity for research into a range of priority health and health system issues.
Acting Minister for Health, the Hon. Alan Tudge MP, and Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians, Senator Richard Colbeck have announced the Australian Government is investing $22 million in research into aged care and better outcomes for older Australians,.
A media release from The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Health, announcing $12 million worth of research grants through the Cardiovascular Health Mission to tackle the nation’s two biggest killers - heart disease and stroke.
Australian Government grants will support research into the best approaches to prevention, early intervention and treatment of Indigenous health issues.
The Australian Government’s reforms to make private health insurance simpler and more affordable have delivered the lowest annual premium change in 19 years.
A joint media release with The Hon. Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Education about the release of the Independent Review of Nursing Education—Educating the Nurse of the Future.
The Australian Government is investing $5 million in a new funding round for research into the primary and secondary prevention of cancer, through the National Health and Medical Research Council’s partnership with the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD).
The Australian Government is investing $3 million through two organisations to improve community education and awareness about stillbirth.
Australians living with psoriasis, severe asthma and urea cycle disorder are set to experience significant financial relief, with breakthrough medicines to be added and expanded on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), on December 1.
The Australian Government’s ongoing commitment to immunisation education is protecting more children from infectious diseases, with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island childhood immunisation rates hitting a record high.
A joint media release with the Minister for Regional Services, Decentralisation and Local Government, the Hon Mark Coulton MP, announcing $100 million to improve the health of Australians in rural, remote and regional areas through access to innovative clinical trials.
World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year. It raises awareness across the world and in the community about HIV and AIDS.
The Australian Government is taking a further step towards reducing the number of lives lost to suicide in Australia, by providing $8 million to support research aimed at identifying effective approaches to suicide prevention.
More than one year on from the first ever National Action Plan for Endometriosis, the Australian Government is continuing to support women and girls with endometriosis.
The Australian Government has taken another important step in its ‘Towards Zero’ suicide prevention goal, with phase two of the Black Dog Institute’s Centre of Research Excellence in Suicide Prevention (CRESP II) officially launched in Sydney today.