Phnom Penh, January 5 Massive increases in Covid-19 infections in Australia, fueled by the Omicron variant, are putting enormous pressure on the healthcare system, which is struggling to meet unprecedented demands for testing. New South Wales (NSW), the most populous state and the epicenter of the country’s current outbreaks, onRead More →

Phnom Penh, January 5 Massive increases in Covid-19 infections in Australia, fueled by the Omicron variant, are putting enormous pressure on the healthcare system, which is struggling to meet unprecedented demands for testing. New South Wales (NSW), the most populous state and the epicenter of the country’s current outbreaks, onRead More →

The reputation of the Australian healthcare sector as a safe haven for investors is expected to be reaffirmed in 2022, after sluggish underperformance this year. The healthcare sector underperformed in 2021, experts say, but is expected to perform well next year. Australia’s healthcare sector’s reputation as a safe haven forRead More →

The reputation of the Australian healthcare sector as a safe haven for investors is expected to be reaffirmed in 2022, after sluggish underperformance this year. The healthcare sector underperformed in 2021, experts say, but is expected to perform well next year. Australia’s healthcare industry’s reputation as a safe haven forRead More →

This article was originally published here J Hosp Infect. December 10, 2021: S0195-6701 (21) 00432-1. doi: 10.1016 / j.jhin.2021.12.002. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has strained health systems around the world. It is important to examine the experiences of healthcare workers (HCWs) to optimize current andRead More →

CANBERRA (XINHUA) – The Australian government has revealed a plan to bring thousands of international healthcare workers to the country to relieve pressure on the healthcare system in the fight against the third wave of infections in Africa. COVID-19. Under the plan, which was announced yesterday by Health Minister GregRead More →

All South Australian healthcare workers must have had their first Covid vaccine within the next three weeks if they are to continue working. The new mandatory vaccination directive for staff working in public or private hospitals was released by the state government on Thursday afternoon. The new rules require thatRead More →