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Some pithy advice for Minister Ley, and sharp assessments of Minister Dutton

Some pithy advice for Minister Ley, and sharp assessments of Minister Dutton

Melissa SweetDec 23, 20142 Comments

Now that we have a ne

#MYEFO Budget update brings more cuts to foreign aid, health agencies

#MYEFO Budget update brings more cuts to foreign aid, health agencies

Marie McInerneyDec 15, 20142 Comments

New Senate report damns Federal Government health cuts, calls for a "wholesale rethink" of policy

Melissa SweetDec 2, 2014

A damning indictment of the Federal Government’s cuts across the health sector emerges from the Senate Select Committee on Health’s

The latest upheaval - questions over the future of scheme to encourage more rural doctors

The latest upheaval - questions over the future of scheme to encourage more rural doctors

Melissa SweetNov 25, 2014

(This post was updated on Nov 26 - see bottom of page) Upheaval and uncertainty are the distinguishing characteristics of the Abbott Government’s efforts in health and rel

Whither welfare? The risks of proposed changes to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Marie McInerneySep 3, 2014

Earlier this week, Croakey posted an

The demise of the ANPHA: why it will be 'drinks all round' for the alcohol industry and others

Marie McInerneySep 1, 20142 Comments

A recent seminar at the University of Sydney examined the legacy of the Australian National Preventive Health Agency (ANPHA) in an event also billed by some as “a wake for preventive

Frontline health, legal services, and what's crucial behind them

Marie McInerneyJul 8, 2014

The Federal Government talks much about shifting funding to “frontline services - where people need them". It sounds obvious, until we look at what’s lost from the backline. In

Closed for business...

Closed for business...

Melissa SweetJun 30, 2014

(This post was updated on July 3, 4 and 20 - see bottom of post) Today marks the end of an era, for many organisations, their employees and those who have relied upon or bee

Living longer, but chronic disease toll rising: Australia's 14th biennial health report card (and what of its own future?)

Living longer, but chronic disease toll rising: Australia's 14th biennial health report card (and what of its own future?)

Marie McInerneyJun 25, 2014

On the risks of private health cover of GP visits & the need for a "real" national conversation on health

Marie McInerneyJun 23, 20144 Comments

In this post below, public policy expert John Menadue agrees with Health Minister Peter Dutton that