• What does the future of medicine look like?

    Emi Berry     |      September 3, 2021

    Artificial intelligence in ICUs and detecting cancer clones that may be resistant to treatment ahead of time could be the future of medicine.

  • Critical leadership in difficult times

    Emi Berry     |      August 4, 2021

    Truthfulness, acknowledging uncertainty and understanding the workforce are key leadership elements, say senior health leaders.

  • Understanding COVID’s arms race against itself

    Emi Berry     |      July 29, 2021

    The fast spreading Delta variant of COVID-19 may not be the last threat posed by the fast-mutating disease as it spreads around the world.

  • Falling down

    Emi Berry     |      May 9, 2021

    Every year around the world, more than 684,000 people die as a result of a fall, and 172 million more are left with short- or long-term disability, but UNSW researchers say implementation of new fall prevention strategies could help save lives.

  • Fighting the virus – and the President

    Emi Berry     |      April 17, 2021

    During the inaugural David Cooper Lecture, Dr Anthony Fauci shared fascinating insights into the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 80s, the global response to COVID-19 and the politics of anti-vaxxers.

  • Lying on your resume could land you in court

    Emi Berry     |      December 30, 2019

    The new year might encourage plans for a fresh career, but while everyone paints a positive picture of themselves on their resume, actual lies about qualifications and accomplishments can constitute fraud and invite criminal sanctions.

  • Who owns your content on social media?

    Emi Berry     |      October 29, 2019

    Hardly anyone reads the contract terms when joining social media platforms, and so few users realise they are giving away their rights to their own material in the small print.