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Catchy ideas

Infectious disease experts find plenty of roles for nurses in the latest research.  In this edition of Nursing Review, we speak to three experts about the latest research in the field of infectious diseases and the impact findings will have ...

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Book to provide clarity on antenatal testing

The health outcomes of women and their babies can be greatly improved if health professionals get screening practices right. Across Australia, confusion persists around antenatal screening of the three major blood-borne viruses: hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human ...

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Diseases centre needed

Experts call for new disease control centre for Australia. A new disease control agency is needed in Australia to combat rapidly evolving infectious diseases in future, health experts say. Local and overseas public health experts are converging on Canberra today ...

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A rewarding speciality

These are challenging and changing times for infection control in Australia, write Cathryn Murphy and Deborough MacBeth. Every day in Australia dedicated, specialised and skilled individuals working in a range of settings where health care is planned, delivered and evaluated ...

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