Tag Archives: Australia

On SAGE Insight: The performance of the Canadian and Australian health systems

From Healthcare Management Forum Canada and Australia share similarities in political culture, values, and institutional arrangements. Both are federations with a large land area, low population density, and many remote areas. One point of difference is that Canada has a … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The library in the research culture of the university

A case study of Victoria University Library From IFLA Journal This article presents a case study of Victoria University (VU) Library as a relatively young university library contributing to the development of an institution’s nascent research culture. VU Library endeavors … Continue reading

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Australia leads the world in e-Mental Health

Special Issue e-Mental Health From Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry The Internet and related technologies are here to stay and have opened up a ‘brave new world’, which e-mental health has eagerly embraced – especially in Australia. E-mental … Continue reading

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Prediction of 81 million dementia sufferers fuels the artificial nutrition and hydration debate

Artificial nutrition and hydration for patients with advanced dementia: perspectives from medical practitioners in the Netherlands and Australia From Palliative Medicine The incidence of dementia is growing and is expected to double every 20 years. A large proportion of people … Continue reading

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