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Dr Anita Goh: “Co-Design Places Lived Experience on Equal Footing with Professional Experience.”

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has catalysed sector-wide debate on how to successfully implement reforms that will improve the lives of older Australians. Dr Anita Goh, one of Australia’s leading authorities on quality of life in ageing, says that co-designing care delivery with the people who will actually benefit from services…

9 Aug 2021, by Skye Rytenskild

Mining & Resources

Drew Wagner: “A Faster and Broader Vaccine Rollout is Crucial for the Australian Minerals Sector.”

While Australia is still navigating the fallout of COVID-19, some forecasters are pointing to a ‘roaring twenties’ for the Australian economy post-pandemic. There’s certainly an optimistic outlook in the NT mining industry. “This is a really exciting time for the Territory’s minerals sector” says Drew Wagner, Executive Director of the NT Division of the Mineral…

20 Jul 2021, by Skye Rytenskild

Energy & Utilities

Saul Kavonic: “Australian Oil and Gas Producers Can Become Leaders in Carbon Trading.”

For city slickers, it can be easy to think of oil, gas and renewable energies as abstract concepts. “Australia’s oil and gas sectors are critical to the national economy, but operations take place in the regions, out of sight from the big cities in the South East,” says Saul Kavonic, one of Australia’s leading energy…

20 Jul 2021, by Skye Rytenskild


Emma Gierschick OAM: “We Need Better Recognition of Trauma in Children With a Disability.”

Emma Gierschick has shown extraordinary tenacity in the face of adversity. As a survivor of family violence and breast cancer, plus a sole parent of a daughter with Down syndrome, Emma has navigated complex issues to get the right support for her daughter Amelia. “It’s been very, very tough at times but my need to…

19 Jul 2021, by Skye Rytenskild


Overcoming the challenges of perioperative care delivery in rural Australia

Bringing quality perioperative care to people in rural areas is an important, but challenging, experience. Rural Australians have statistically poorer health than those that live in major cities, with 20 percent higher rates of chronic disease; and a range of increased risk factors, including smoking, alcohol intake, and malnutrition. Mortality rates are notably higher among…

8 Jun 2021, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare | Technology | Uncategorised

What Google is doing to enhance healthcare delivery – insights from Head of Innovation Scott Thomson

Upon hearing the word ‘Google’ you could be forgiven for not immediately thinking of healthcare innovations like AI protein folding algorithms, contactless sleep sensors, or robotics assisted surgery. But according to Google’s Head of Innovation for Customer Engineering, Scott Thomson, the firm’s recent efforts in the healthcare space are so substantial that they can no…

8 Jun 2021, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities

Scaling Carbon Capture and Storage – what needs to happen?

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) – the process of capturing CO2 from high emission sources and injecting it into the ground for permanent storage - has come a long way since first used in the 1970s. Back then, the technology was mainly used for enhanced oil recovery – separating CO2 from methane in natural gas…

31 May 2021, by Amy Sarcevic


Twelve months of providing at-home care – what have we learned? Insights from Ramsay Connect

Since its inception, Ramsay Connect has been on a mission to bridge the gap between hospital and at-home care. Twelve months since it became operational, what has the organisation learned about providing out-of-hospital services? Chief Executive Ian Galvin believes that, despite all the positive rhetoric and support surrounding the model, more work is needed to…

20 May 2021, by Amy Sarcevic


Care in the home – the future of healthcare?

A partnership between Medibank and Calvary is putting patients first and providing quality care at home, setting a precedent for how healthcare is funded into the future. My Home Hospital (MHH), a South Australian state government service led by Wellbeing SA and delivered by a joint venture between Calvary and Medibank, gives patients the option…

13 May 2021, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities | Technology

Why Financial Institutions should be focusing on Hydrogen – insights from Jeremy Hasnip of SMBC

When clean hydrogen technology first came onto Jeremy Hasnip’s radar, several years ago, there was little happening in the sector to warrant much excitement from financiers. Now, the Head of Power & Renewables at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) likens its presence to the early invention of the internet. “The ability for hydrogen to reshape…

13 May 2021, by Amy Sarcevic
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