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Hundreds of nurses and midwives keen to combat Ebola 24-04-2015

Hundreds of Australian nurses and midwives want to join the fight against the deadly Ebola virus sweeping West Africa. An Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) survey has revealed more than 350 nurses and midwives, out of 1375 respond

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Aussie health professionals sign up for Ebola response 24-04-2015

More than a thousand health professionals have applied to join the Australian Government’s response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Health care provider Aspen Medical, which is coordinating the provision of a 100-bed Ebola Treatment Un

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  • Hundreds of nurses and midwives keen to combat Ebola 24-04-2015

    Hundreds of Australian nurses and midwives want to join the fight against the deadly Ebola virus sweeping West Africa. An Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) survey has revealed more than 350 nurses and midwives, out of 1375 respond

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  • Aussie health professionals sign up for Ebola response 24-04-2015

    More than a thousand health professionals have applied to join the Australian Government’s response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Health care provider Aspen Medical, which is coordinating the provision of a 100-bed Ebola Treatment Un

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  • Clinical trial for Ebola drug starts 24-04-2015

    A clinical drug trial is under way in Liberia to determine if a medication could help those suffering from Ebola. A clinical drug trial is now under way at a major health centre in Liberia's capital to determine if a medication already used to

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  • New Zealand nurse cleared of Ebola 24-04-2015

    A New Zealand nurse who recently returned from Sierra Leone has been officially cleared of the Ebola virus. The nurse, who is in a stable condition in Christchurch Hospital, has tested negative for the deadly disease twice, and her partner has als

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  • Aussie and Kiwi nurses return from war on Ebola 23-04-2015

    The final contingent of Australian and New Zealand nurses and doctors will return home from combatting the world’s deadliest disease in Sierra Leone in early May. The Australian Government has announced it will close the Ebola Treatment Cent

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  • You can't outrun a bad diet, say experts 23-04-2015

    Excessive sugar and carbohydrates are behind the obesity crisis rather than physical inactivity, claim three experts in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. "It is time to bust the myth of physical inactivity and obesity: you cannot outrun

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  • Strengthening Clinician Engagement Conference 29th - 30th July 23-04-2015

    Strategies to drive performance, safety & quality 29th & 30th July 2015, Mercure Sydney Today’s clinical standards in the health care sector are changing rapidly which has triggered budgets to tighten up throughout hospitals and hea

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  • Osteopathy in the Lion City of Singapore 22-04-2015

    Working in Singapore has opened up Australian osteopath Kirsten Hannan’s eyes to the strong connection between osteopaths around the globe. “I have had a number of patients see me in Singapore based on recommendations from my colleague

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  • US considers regulating homeopathy 22-04-2015

    The lack of regulation that lets the public self-treat conditions with scientifically unproven homeopathic concerns the medical community. US regulators assessing homeopathic treatments' safety and efficacy could overhaul rules of the multi-bi

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  • Medicinal cannabis caution urged 22-04-2015

    Pain specialists are urging caution at the prospect of using medicinal cannabis to treat chronic non-cancer pain. Using medicinal cannabis to relieve chronic pain in people who don't have cancer is likely to be far more risky than beneficial,

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