New Zealand and Australian palliative care clinicians are at the forefront of contributions to the 'Textbook of Palliative Care' which is likely to impact the experience of people dying around the world.
The current funding structure for cochlear implants condemns most adults to a future life without hearing, say advocates who are calling for funding to be increased.
In light of the Government’s newly announced digital literacy initiatives for older New Zealanders which include giving the SuperGold card a digital revamp, Eldernet’s Esther Perriam discusses the realities of digital engagement of older people and the importance of making information accessible to all.
New findings from a landmark New Zealand-led study have provided the missing evidence needed to potentially change the way doctors treat the world’s most common form of respiratory illness.
Hospitals are falling behind last year's performance with doctors likely to perform 10,000 fewer surgeries, claims Simon Bridges.