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Putting people at the centre of the workers insurance system for successful return to work

Caroline Howe's picture

Most people who were injured are keen to return to work in a reasonable timeframe, but some have more complex needs and require a different model of care. Dr Caroline Howe says it’s crucial that the workers compensation system actively involves the injured worker and operates from a real place of care.

Camping, disruption and the importance of career longevity

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Being engaged in a career that inspires you and provides mental challenge is as important to health and vitality as exercise and a good diet. Leah Sparkes says the good news is that it’s never too late to start.

What if heart disease were a choice?

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What if there was a medicine that could prevent the process underlying heart disease from ever occurring and reverse it in those who are already suffering from it? Ben Bambery reveals the identity of this miraculous drug.

Living with purpose, building on health

Men's Health Week 2016During Men’s Health Week from 13 to 19 June, communities are invited to promote the health and wellbeing of men and boys through activities and events across Australia.

A new way of thinking about work injuries

Recovery at Work Strategic RoundtableGAP will be hosting a strategic roundtable on 5 May at NSW Parliament House in Sydney to discuss the health benefits of work, early intervention and how to improve the recovery rates for injured employees.

 

Protecting our future

iDEA16 logoiDEA16: Protecting our Future takes place in Brisbane from 15 to 17 April 2016. This is a conference for medical professionals and students and open to everyone who cares about health and the future.

 

Top tips for a more visible you

Annalisa Armitage's picture

Are you over 50 and sometimes feel like you're invisible? Stylist Annalisa Armitage has some easy tips for you to emerge into full view.

Life in the “Lucky Country”

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Australia regularly ranks highly in providing opportunities for a healthy, safe and prosperous life. But do Australians know how lucky they are? Dean Pearson and his team at NAB have asked them.

Why brain training doesn’t work

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Brain training your way to genius is a lovely thought, says Dr Jenny Brockis. Too bad it’s not possible.

Why everyone should be meditating first thing in the morning

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Meditating is a great way to start your day. Mary Sauer outlines the many benefits of meditating in the morning and has tips how to get started.