A culturally appropriate safe sleeping tool could reduce SIDS for First Nations’ families

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-08-18T11:05:48+10:00
August 18th, 2022|

A program focused on delivering safe-sleeping practices for infants in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities could reduce the incidents of sudden infant death syndrome [...]

A documentary on a mental health study gives unique research insights

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-06-22T10:26:16+10:00
June 22nd, 2022|

A researcher and academic at the Black Dog Institute says that working on a recently concluded ABC series, focused on creativity and mental health, has [...]

Link revealed between early physical health and later cognitive outcomes

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-06-21T15:54:04+10:00
June 21st, 2022|

Researchers at Monash University have revealed that a focus on physical activity in childhood can lead to improved cognitive outcomes in middle age and reduce [...]

Education launched for care workers to address financial elder abuse

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-06-15T15:07:50+10:00
June 15th, 2022|

A new educational module to help care workers identify signs of financial abuse has been added to Dementia Australia’s Ask Annie app , which provides ongoing learning to [...]

Federal government announces funding for two new cervical cancer projects

By ANMJ Staff|
2021-11-17T16:34:21+11:00
November 17th, 2021|

Two new federally funded cervical cancer projects will help advance the country’s aim of eliminating the disease by 2035, according to Health Minister Greg Hunt. [...]

Turning research into practice: Improving the lives of those living with dementia

By Ben Rodin|
2021-08-23T08:29:30+10:00
August 23rd, 2021|

Sydney University Professor and nurse researcher on dementia and gerontology Yun-Hee Jeon has helped improve clinical care for those living with dementia. Professor Jeon says [...]

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