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This infographic provides a quick view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Australia on 20 October 2021.
COVID-19 vaccination – Social – Pregnant women who get COVID-19 have a higher risk of getting seriously sick from the virus
This social tile, in English, explains that pregnant women who get COVID-19 have a higher risk of getting seriously sick from the virus.
COVID-19 vaccination – Social – The best time for pregnant women to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is right now
This social tile, in English, explains that the best time for pregnant women to get vaccinated is right now.
This report lists the percentage of people aged 15 and over, who have self-identified as Indigenous who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, by Local Government Areas (LGAs) of focus under the Operation COVID Shield acceleration plan.Part of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination – Indigenous vaccination acceleration LGAs of interest
This report lists the percentage of people aged 15 and over, who have self identified as Indigenous who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, by SA4. The percentages are further broken down by geographic regions and whether they've had one dose or are fully vaccinated.
This presentation, delivered on 20 October 2021, contains an update to Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout jurisdiction breakdowns.Part of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination daily jurisdictional breakdown
This poster, in English, explains that women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning pregnancy should book a free COVID-19 vaccine appointment today.
This poster, in English, explains that pregnant and breastfeeding women can protect themselves and their babies by getting the Spikevax (Moderna) or Comirnaty (Pfizer) COVID-19 vaccine.
This Roadmap outlines the aim, vision, goals and priorities for investment for the Stem Cell Therapies Mission. The Stem Cell Therapies Mission is a Medical Research Future Fund initiative. It supports stem cell research to deliver innovative, safe and effective treatments.
This plan supports the implementation of the Stem Cell Therapies Mission Roadmap and establishes a strategy to address the mission’s goals. The Stem Cell Therapies Mission is a Medical Research Future Fund initiative, supporting stem cell research to deliver innovative, safe and effective treatment.
This report summarises the outcomes of the Stem Cell Therapies Mission International Review Panel meeting on 20 November 2020. The panel met to inform the strategic direction of the Stem Cell Therapies Mission’s Roadmap and Implementation Plan.
This report summarises the national consultation on the Stem Cell Therapies Mission Roadmap and Implementation Plan conducted between 14 December 2020 and 23 April 2021.
This is Appendix A to the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Stem Cell Therapies Mission Implementation Plan. It identifies Stem Cell Therapies Mission projects funded as at July 2021.
In 2013–14, the BreastScreen Australia Program expanded the target age range for screening to include women aged 70–74 years. This independent evaluation, done by Nous Group, reviews how effective this has been in terms of implementation and participation rates, and recommends that it be continued.
BreastScreen Australia Program – Research participant summary – Feedback on the BreastScreen service from women aged 70–74 years
This research report outlines feedback from women aged 70–74 years about BreastScreen Australia's decision to send them regular reminders to screen.
This information kit is for all aged care providers, aged care peaks and unions to support in-home and community aged care workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to protect themselves and the people in their care.
The Stoma Appliance Scheme schedule lists all of the stoma-related products and appliances that we subsidise under the scheme. You can view the full list, or just the additions, deletions or variations.
This report tracks COVID-19 vaccination sentiments across Australia for October 2021.Part of a collection: Operation COVID Shield COVID-19 Vaccine Sentiment Summaries
This infographic provides a quick view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Australia on 19 October 2021.
This list sets out the prostheses that private health insurers must pay benefits for (if the patient is covered) and the benefit amount. The latest version is effective from 1 November 2021. Prostheses include surgically implanted prostheses, human tissue items and other medical devices.
Our appointments and vacancies listings as required by Senate Order 15 – Departmental and agency appointments and vacancies.
This alert contains updates for disability service providers about the COVID-19 vaccination rollout.Part of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination – Disability provider alerts