Forgot Password

Sign In

Register

  • Company Information

  • Billing Address

  • Are you primarily interested in advertising *

  • Do you want to recieve the HealthTimes Newsletter?

Practice Hubs

For practice specific information, select a field from the list below:

Article Search

To search for an article, enter a keyword term and click SEARCH

Subscribe for free

To subscribe to the HealthTimes magazine complete the form below:


Featured Articles

Telehealth to connect New Zealand 07-07-2015

An integrated telehealth advice service will work to enhance rural health care in New Zealand, linking pharmacists, nurses and GPs to people right across the country. Tele-triage organisation Homecare Medical was recently announced as the preferre

READ MORE
Remote health professionals wanted for trauma study 07-07-2015

A new study aims to improve the management of remote health professionals who experience traumatic events. CRANAplus, the peak body for remote health practitioners, and The Centre for Remote Health have joined forces to review and enhance how mana

READ MORE
  • Telehealth to connect New Zealand 07-07-2015

    An integrated telehealth advice service will work to enhance rural health care in New Zealand, linking pharmacists, nurses and GPs to people right across the country. Tele-triage organisation Homecare Medical was recently announced as the preferre

    READ MORE
    article
  • Remote health professionals wanted for trauma study 07-07-2015

    A new study aims to improve the management of remote health professionals who experience traumatic events. CRANAplus, the peak body for remote health practitioners, and The Centre for Remote Health have joined forces to review and enhance how mana

    READ MORE
    article
  • Stop 'starving' patients: anaesthetist 06-07-2015

    There's a call for new guidelines so hospital patients are not starved unnecessarily for hours on end before surgery. Subjecting patients to "nil by mouth" before surgery can do more harm than good to their recovery, says an anaesthe

    READ MORE
    article
  • Easy on the triple-zero calls: paramedics 06-07-2015

    A social media campaign will encourage people in NSW to save triple-zero calls for genuine life-threatening emergencies. NSW paramedics have taken to social media to encourage people not to bother triple-zero with calls about minor health issues d

    READ MORE
    article
  • Experts criticise alcohol rehab scheme 06-07-2015

    The NT's mandatory alcohol rehab scheme is a 'highly dubious' way to solve public intoxication, say medical experts. Northern Territory's controversial mandatory alcohol rehabilitation scheme is not cost-effective and may be discri

    READ MORE
    article
  • Dial-a-doctor service launch by Telstra 03-07-2015

    Telstra Health has launched a service to connect patients by phone or video to a doctor at any time of the day. Australians at home and abroad can now consult a GP by phone or video through a new 24-hour-a-day service launched by Telstra. Ready

    READ MORE
    article
  • US sees first measles death in 12 years 03-07-2015

    The first US death from measles in 12 years has been announced by health authorities after a woman's fatal pneumonia was caused by the disease. Health authorities have announced the first US death from measles in 12 years, after an autopsy sho

    READ MORE
    article
  • Perth ambulance ramping ban starts 02-07-2015

    An ambulance ramping ban at Royal Perth, Fiona Stanley and Sir Charles Gairdner hospitals has gone well on its first day, the WA health minister says. Emergency departments have not descended into chaos on the first day of an ambulance ramping ban

    READ MORE
    article
  • Cuba's medical milestone 02-07-2015

    Mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis has been effectively eliminated in Cuba, the first country in the world to achieve the goal. Cuba has become the first country in the world to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphi

    READ MORE
    article
  • Sleep 'not best escape from trauma' 02-07-2015

    Maybe having a good sleep after a traumatic event is not the way to avoid on-going stress disorders, scientists now say. Escaping into sleep may not be the right way of dealing with a traumatic experience, a study suggests. On the contrary, a p

    READ MORE
    article