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Reimagining tertiary education

18 Oct 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

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Healthcare | Technology

From binary to bedside: bridging the implementation gap in medical AI

Another day, another academic paper highlighting the performance of a new machine learning tool for healthcare. But despite the cascades of literature, the vast majority of these AI innovations never make it into routine clinical practice. Why? Ahead of the AI, Machine Learning and Robotics in Health Summit, we spoke with Dr. Martin Seneviratne, Digital…

4 Oct 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare | Infrastructure

Smarter hospitals: building better healthcare for the future

“The hospital of the future may not be one we recognise today. It will be connected, integrated and patient-centred – some may not even have walls”, Deloitte Partner Luke Baxby said ahead of his speech at the National Hospital Infrastructure Summit. The change will largely be driven by advances in medical and information technology enabling…

2 Oct 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare | Technology

Prediction in fear: AI in healthcare

Disruptive technologies, AI and machine learning can be powerful tools to drive better health outcomes. But in a fear-based economy, the AI-enabled predictions need to be fully understood within the context of each individual person and their circumstances, MedicalDirector's CEO, Matthew Bardsley discusses ahead of the AI, Machine Learning & Robotics in Health Conference. “Universally,…

28 Sep 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare

Clinical trial partnerships with Australia | a US pharmaceutical firm case study

Over the years, Australia has established itself as an attractive early phase clinical trial destination, within a competitive global marketplace. Its diverse and informed population, world-class research capabilities and robust regulatory framework make for a favourable environment, allowing research to be undertaken with minimal complications or protractions. However, given that the clinical trial landscape is…

29 Aug 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare | Social Policy

Suicide and self harm in prisons – A New Zealand Corrections Health Services response

Research into the mental health and suicide rates of prisoners in New Zealand presents some challenging figures, suggesting that further interventions are needed to better support those affected. A report on the prevalence of mental health disorders amongst newly-received prisoners in 2016 found that 62 percent meet the diagnosis for either a mental health disorder…

22 Aug 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare

Is Australia your next best destination for clinical trials?

Australia is home to some of the world’s leading scientists, physicians and healthcare providers. With world-class research capabilities and a thriving biotech sector, the number of clinical trials being conducted in Australia is reportedly growing at around five percent per year, outpacing the United States and the United Kingdom[1]. While Phase III studies have historically…

14 Aug 2018, by Francesca Brewer

Healthcare

Clinical Trials Report Highlights Australia’s Competitive Advantages… And Weaknesses

A 2017 report found that Australia’s clinical trials sector is large. As international competition for clinical trials intensifies, Australian medtech trade group, MTAA, has pledged to work with industry to overcome impediments to conducting trials in the country. To read the full article from Informa Pharma Intelligence, visit: https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT105181/Clinical-Trials-Report-Highlights-Australias-Competitive-Advantages-And-Weaknesses

24 Jul 2018, by Francesca Brewer

Healthcare

Australia’s Capability in Clinical Trials

Earlier this year, Austrade released the new Clinical Trials industry capability report which highlights why Australia is a leading destination for clinical research of new therapeutic products and medical devices. The report showcases Australia’s strengths in the sector—world-class medical research infrastructure, an efficient regulatory system, a strong and stable business environment, and generous tax incentives—that make it…

24 Jul 2018, by Francesca Brewer

Healthcare

Status Quo or No? 2017 Completed Clinical Trials

A completed clinical trial landscape provides a more granular view of how companies are progressing their pipelines and the disease strategies they are pursuing, compared to static pipeline snapshots. Company pipeline depictions lack the underlying intelligence that illustrates just how a candidate progressed, or perhaps disappeared altogether from a disease pipeline. As part of our…

13 Jul 2018, by Francesca Brewer

Healthcare | Social Policy

Community exclusion and deviant behaviour

Recent figures indicate that 28 percent of inmates in Australian prisons are Aboriginal, despite Indigenous people making up just 3 percent of the national population. Aunty Kerrie Doyle, Associate Professor of Indigenous Health at RMIT, believes this significant over-representation is due to the ostracism faced by many Indigenous people, both in general society and in…

28 Jun 2018, by Amy Sarcevic
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