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12Sep 2019
Two small boats float in a still ocean under cloudy skies.

By Dana Bradford The Archer river spans wide under the prow of our tinny as we carve white furrows in the once still water. A crocodile slides into the shallows, breathing bubbles before surfacing ominously, eyes upon us, ready to meet us on his terms. No threat to each other, we continue our windblown passage […]

30Aug 2019
A mobile screencap shows a range of emojis from happy to sad.

By Sian Stringer We’ve all experienced pain in some form, whether it was that very first shocking expulsion from warm womb to the frigid outside world, jamming your finger in a car door, or tearing your ACL playing footy. But for some people, pain comes a-knocking…  and never leaves. It’s known as chronic pain, and […]

28May 2019
A gold rectangular case with a black circle containing a mould growth.

Antibiotics. They’ve been our go-to for treating (and sometimes preventing) bacterial infections ever since Alexander Fleming found mould keeping bacteria in check in his petri dishes almost a century ago and figured it was worth investigating. But bacteria are shrewd. They were among the first life forms to inhabit Earth, and the fact they’re still […]

20May 2019
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Our 2019 e-Health Colloquium in Brisbane once again featured leaders in digital health from around the world. Check out this video for some of the day’s highlights. The digital health innovations we are striving to deliver around the world are not for the sake of moving technology forward – they’re for the advancement of healthcare. […]

07Aug 2018

                The Australian e-Health Research Centre team is off to the national iAwards on 30 August 2018 after their game-changing innovations were again successful at the state iAwards this year. Gongs included: Queensland iAwards Winner of the QLD Premier’s iAward for Public Sector Innovation for the mobile-Pulmonary Rehabilitation […]

24Apr 2018
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David Hansen and the AEHRC recently held their annual e-Health Colloquium in Brisbane – a gathering of some of the greatest minds focussed on using technology to solve Australia’s biggest health challenges. It was a resounding success, attracting more than 300 e-health aficionados. Check out this video for some of the day’s highlights. Can you […]

19Nov 2017

The Australian health system is currently transitioning to a fully electronic system. The Australian health system is currently grappling with the transition to a fully electronic system which will enable health data to be accessed as and when required. Achieving this will rely on the semantic integration of data from multiple sources. Australia has adopted SNOMED […]

18Aug 2017

The Health Round Table Innovations Workshops & Awards were held in Brisbane on the 26-27July 2017. During this event, colleagues from across Australia and New Zealand joined to share innovative practices across a wide spectrum of topics in rapid-fire mini workshops. Projects were presented as a simple PowerPoint-style presentation outlining the issues and the solutions […]

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