A statement from the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) on COVID-19: Routine Testing of Hotel Quarantine Workers
The Australian Medical Research and Innovation Priorities 2020-2022 are the third set of priorities for the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF). The priorities came into effect on 6 November 2020.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has released preliminary advice on general principles to guide the prioritisation of target populations in a COVID-19 vaccination program in Australia.
A statement from the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) on very high risk social environments – nightclubs, dance venues, and large unstructured outdoor events.
The review into the Hearing Services Program announced by the Hon Mark Coulton, Minister for Regional Health, Regional Communications and Local Government in August 2020 is now underway.
How’s your head today? is a new national COVID-19 mental health campaign that urges people to prioritise their mental health, raise awareness about how to identify when something is wrong, and encourage people to seek help.
The Framework for National Reopening builds on the 3-Step Framework for a COVIDSafe Australia, to nationally reopen to a state of ‘COVID Normal’, wherever it is safe to do so, by December 2020.
Budget 2020-21 includes a lifetime support package for all recognised thalidomide survivors – the Australian Thalidomide Survivors Support Program. Find out more about this program.
The Australian Government is providing $9 million to support research into the causes, biology and progression of cancer among children and young adults.
The new ACPC website and RAD application form improves and simplifies the application process for residential aged care providers.
The Australian Government is providing $25 million through the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) for research to improve the safe use of medicines and medicines intervention by pharmacists.
We're asking for feedback on the legislation that underpins My Health Record. This is part of a review to improve the legislation. You have until 21 October to have your say.