Can wearable tech help improve diabetes management in Aboriginal communities?
Here’s a reminder of what we need to do to keep ourselves and others safe at work.
"Awesome work, my son spent over a year in the talbot spinal unit... amazing staff and patients during a very difficult time, can’t thank them enough"
Psychologist and Manager Workforce Wellness Programs, Maria Di Pietro shares four wellbeing tips to help get us through the pandemic
The program is mandatory and highly engaging, featuring animations and interactive features.
Prof Taylor has been recognised for his enormous contribution to Emergency Medicine research
In clinical areas where physical distancing cannot be maintained, we’d like all staff to wear a surgical mask to increase their protection against COVID-19.
Collaboration between our 3DMedLab and the University of Melbourne has led to the design and production of a 3D printed PPE solution for anaesthetists, nurses and surgeons.
Clinical staff in The Surgery Centre, Ward 10 (Repat) and mental health inpatient units are to use surgical masks when interacting with patients from 1pm on Sunday 5 July.
All staff in acute inpatient areas in Austin Tower and the ONJ Centre are required to wear surgical masks when interacting with patients from 7am on Sunday 5 July.
Visitors from restricted postcodes are being discouraged from visiting Austin Health but won't be stopped from entering if successfully screened at Screening Points.
The three ground-breaking trials aim to help those with MND and spinal cord injuries
Stage 3 restrictions have been reintroduced in ten postcodes around Melbourne but there is no change to current working arrangements for for staff living in these areas.
Josie Quinlan will focus on attracting, retaining and developing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce
The Royal Talbot's 'Bizzee Bees' initiative has brought numerous benefits to patients during lockdown.
"I cant thank the Neurointerventional Radiologists enough for saving my life. The nursing staff @ Ward 6 West all deserve sainthoods, I think the world of you all"
Almost 6000 patients a week are having their Specialist Clinics appointments remotely as part of the response to COVID-19.
There's a rich Aboriginal history to be found just minutes away from our hospitals.
Neurology nurse Ben Metherell’s photographs capture what it’s been like working on Ward 6 East during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Changes to the ED will see COVID and suspected COVID patients treated on Level 2 of the Department while non-COVID patients are cared for in the main area on Level 1.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has had a bad impact on people’s mental health in general and traditionally men are less likely to put their hand up for help," Dr Revindran Nair said.
This number tells the story of how our staff rapidly prepared for the predicted surge in coronavirus cases and how technology enabled large scale teaching and learning.
New CEO, Adam Horsburgh starts with Austin Health today
About 85 per cent of staff have been vaccinated so far but Austin Health's target is 90 per cent.
A new weblink has been launched to help streamline to the COVID-19 screening process at Austin Health sites for patients and visitors.
Rebekah Trachsel on what Pride Month means to her, and how to celebrate while social distancing.
ONJ Centre 'Goodwill Champion', Tottie Goldsmith, has been awarded an OAM
Raising awareness for the mental health of doctors and all health workers
Updates have been made to our Visitor Policy but there are still restrictions to visiting hours and visitor numbers to protect everyone.