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Improving the efficacy of healthcare services for Aboriginal Australians 
Kylie Gwynne, Thomas Jeffries Jr and Michelle Lincoln 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 314-322 

Intensive care and the gaps in health outcomes for Indigenous Australians
Geoffrey J Dobb and Kwok M Ho
Med J Aust 2019; 210 (11): 492-493

Trauma‐related admissions to intensive care units in Australia: the influence of Indigenous status on outcomes
Fraser Magee, Anthony Wilson, Michael J Bailey, David Pilcher, Paul J Secombe, Paul Young and Rinaldo Bellomo
Med J Aust 2019; 210 (11): 493-498

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Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety: the key clinical issues
Joseph E Ibrahim
Med J Aust 2019; 210 (10): 439-441.e1

GEN Aged Care Data: Commonwealth Home Support Program
Australian institute of Health and Welfare 12 June 2019

Cost analysis of an integrated aged care program for residential aged care facilities 
Rod Ling, Andrew Searles, Jacqueline Hewitt, Robyn Considine, Catherine Turner, Susan Thomas, Kelly Thomas, Keith Drinkwater, Isabel Higgins, Karen Best, Jane Conway and Carolyn Hullick 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 261-267

New aged care standards: what HR professionals need to keep in mind
Rebecca Skilbeck
Aged Care Inside 30 May 2019

When You’re Responsible for Eldercare
Harvard Business Review  03 June 2019

Community Care For High-Need Patients
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 892-893

Care For America’s Elderly And Disabled People Relies On Immigrant Labor
Leah Zallman , Karen E. Finnegan , David U. Himmelstein , Sharon Touw , and Steffie Woolhandler
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 919-926

Care Management For Older Adults: The Roles Of Nurses, Social Workers, And Physicians
Karen Donelan , Yuchiao Chang , Julie Berrett-Abebe , Joanne Spetz , et al
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 934-940

Spousal Caregivers Are Caregiving Alone In The Last Years Of Life
Katherine A. Ornstein , Jennifer L. Wolff , Evan Bollens-Lund , Omari-Khalid Rahman , and Amy S. Kelley
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 964-972

The Financial Burden Of Paid Home Care On Older Adults: Oldest And Sickest Are Least Likely To Have Enough Income
Richard W. Johnson , and Claire Xiaozhi Wang
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 994-1002

Tackling loneliness in older Australians and aged care
Haley Williams 
HealthTimes 19 May 2019

Waiting for care: is Scotland meeting its commitment to older people?
Age Scotland May 2019

How Older Adults Decide to Visit the Emergency Department
Sharon Marr, Loretta M. Hillier, Diane Simpson, Sigrid Vinson, Sarah Goodwill, David Jewell
Healthcare Quarterly  April 2019, 22(1) : 23-29

Aging at Home
Sabrina Akhtar, Mayura Loganathan, Mark Nowaczynski, Samir Sinha, Amanda Condon, Vivian Ewa, John C. Kirk and Thuy-Nga Pham 
Healthcare Quarterly  April 2019, 22(1) : 30-35

ANMF national aged care survey 2019: Final report
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation  May 2019

Medium- and long-term pressures on the system: The changing demographics and dynamics of aged care
Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety May 2019

Restrictive practices in residential aged care in Australia
Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety May 2019

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Review of medication errors that are new or likely to occur more frequently with electronic medication management systems 
Melita Van de Vreede, Anne McGrath and Jan de Clifford 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 276-283 

Going digital: a checklist in preparing for hospital-wide electronic medical record implementation and digital transformation 
Ian A. Scott, Clair Sullivan and Andrew Staib 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 302-313

The Review of Systems, the Electronic Health Record, and Billing   
Marissa A. Hendrickson, MD; Genevieve B. Melton, MD, PhD; Michael B. Pitt, MD 
JAMA. Published online June 7, 2019. 

The development of ‘Make One Small Change’: an e-health intervention for the workplace developed using the Person-Based Approach
Ana Howarth, Jose Quesada, Todd Donnelly, and Peter R Mills
Digital Health June 1, 2019

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Decision-making in district health planning in Uganda: does use of district-specific evidence matter?
Dorcus Kiwanuka Henriksson, Stefan Swartling Peterson, Peter Waiswa and Mio Fredriksson 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2019, 17:57 | Published on: 6 June 2019 

Statistics in Dutch policy debates on health and healthcare
Reinie G. Gerrits, Michael J. van den Berg, Niek S. Klazinga and Dionne S. Kringos 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2019, 17:55 | Published on: 3 June 2019 

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The Conceptualization of the Natural Environment in Healthcare Facilities: A Scoping Review.
Chi P, Gutberg J, Berta W.
HERD. 2019 May 30:1937586719845118. doi: 10.1177/1937586719845118. 

Using Virtual Reality to Compare Design Alternatives Using Subjective and Objective Evaluation Methods.
Wingler D, Joseph A, Bayramzadeh S, Robb A.
HERD. 2019 May 21:1937586719851266.

Mock-Ups: Using Experiential Simulation Models in the Healthcare Design Process.
Durham J, Kenyon A.
HERD. 2019 May 19:1937586719848860. 

Evidence, Intuition, and Experiment: Partners in the Design Process
D. Kirk Hamilton
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal May 29, 2019 | OnlineFirst

A new era for healthcare construction
Building Better Healthcare 24 June 2019

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Tackling the wicked problem of health networks: The design of an evaluation framework.
Cunningham, F.C., Ranmuthugala, G., Westbrook, J.I., & Braithwaite, J.
BMJ Open 2019;9:e024231

Sustainable health review: Final report to the Western Australian Government
Government of Western Australian2019

Towards value-based healthcare - modelling an answer for cancer care delivery.
Saunders C.
Aust Health Rev. 2019 Apr;43(2):121-122.

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Healthcare in a carbon-constrained world 
Kate E. Charlesworth and Maggie Jamieson 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 241-245

Global Health Spending and Development Assistance for Health   
Joseph L. Dieleman, PhD; Angela E. Micah, PhD; Christopher J. L. Murray, MD, DPhil 
JAMA. 2019;321(21):2073-2074.

The Portuguese Health Care System 
IHF Bulletin June 2019

The potential for artificial intelligence in healthcare
Thomas Davenport and Ravi Kalakota
Future Hosp J 2019 6:94-98; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-94

Health and care spending and its value, past, present and future
Toby Watt, Anita Charlesworth and Ben Gershlick
Future Hosp J 2019 6:99-105; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-99

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How Hospitals, Physicians and Health Plans Can Align to Achieve Sustainable Growth
Harvard Business Review 29 May 2019

Assessing the relationship of the human resource, finance, and information technology functions on reported performance in hospitals using the Lean management system
Shortell, Stephen M.; Rundall, Thomas G.; Blodgett, Janet C.
Health Care Management Review: June 6, 2019

Reducing readmission rates through a discharge follow-up service
Duncan Vernon, James E Brown, Eliza Griffiths, Alan M Nevill and Martha Pinkney
Future Hosp J 2019 6:114-117; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-114

Afternoon ward rounds: bad for patients, bad for doctors?
Alexander Carpenter, Sona M Vora, Samantha Kestenbaum, Ameeka Thompson, Mark Devine, Emma Tenison, Eleanor Quicke, Kate Liang and Francesca Deibel
Future Hosp J 2019 6:118-122; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-118

Security of patients' hospital data
Victoria. Auditor-General, May 2019

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When AI Becomes an Everyday Technology
Andrew Moore
Harvard Business Review 07 June 2019

AI deployments on the rise as NHS invests in technology to deliver improved patient experience
Building Better Healthcare 17 June 2019

The Second Conversation project: ¬Improving training in end of life care communication among junior doctors
Rammya Mathew, Anna Weil, Katherine E Sleeman, Katherine Bristowe, Praphull Shukla, Rebekah Schiff, Lucy Flanders, Pauline Leonard, Ollie Minton, Dominique Wakefield, Kimberley St  John and Irene Carey
Future Hosp J 2019 6:129-136; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-129

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The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI
Moni Miyashita; Michael Brady
Harvard Business Review 28 May 2019

What AI “App Stores” Will Mean for Radiology
Woojin Kim, Karen Holzberger
Harvard Business Review 17 June 2019

The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI
Moni Miyashita, Michael Brady
Harvard Business Review 28 May 2019

Change, change, change
Dr Kevin Fox
Future Hosp J 2019 6:85; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-85

Challenges and opportunities for future health policy
Tony Blair and Chris Yiu
Future Hosp J 2019 6:88-89; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-88

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Managing the Internet of Things in Health Care Organizations.
Issel LM.
Health Care Manage Rev. 2019 Jul/Sep;44(3):195.

Can Khan Academy Scale to Educate Anyone, Anywhere?
Harvard Business Review 18 June 2019

You Learn Best When You Learn Less
Laszlo Bock
Harvard Business Review 17 June 2019

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If Your Managers Aren’t Engaged, Your Employees Won’t Be Either
James Harter
Harvard Business Review 06 June 2019

How Leaders Around the World Build Trust Across Cultures
Mansour Javidan; Aks Zaheer
Harvard Business Review 27 May 2019

When Managers Take Their Stress Out on Their Employees
Sabina Nawaz
Harvard Business Review 20 May 2019

The Executive Director of a UN Agency on Running It Like a Business
Grete Faremo
Harvard Business Review May-June issue 2019

What Boards Can Do to Prepare for Crises
Eric J. McNulty, Leonard Marcus
Harvard Business Review 20 June 2019

What Holds Back Corporate Social Innovators
Thijs Geradts, Ling Ling Phung, Maarten van Herpen 
Harvard Business Review 20 June 2019

How to Move from Self-Awareness to Self-Improvement
Jennifer Porter
Harvard Business Review 19 June 2019

When Your Job Is Your Identity, Professional Failure Hurts More
Timothy O'Brien
Harvard Business Review 18 June 2019

What Happens When We’re Reminded of Death at Work
Zhenyu Yuan, Lisa E. Baranik, Robert R. Sinclair 
Harvard Business Review 18 June 2019

Want to Be a Better Manager? Get a Protégé
Sylvia Ann Hewlett
Harvard Business Review 17 June 2019

How to Be Resilient in the Face of Harsh Criticism
Joseph Grenny
Harvard Business Review 17 June 2019

Why Managers Design Jobs to Be More Boring Than They Need to Be 
Sharon K. Parker, Daniela Andrei, Anja Van den Broeck 
Harvard Business Review 05 June 2019

What Management Needs to Become in an Era of Ecosystems
Richard Straub
Harvard Business Review 05 June 2019

Why You Should Create a “Shadow Board” of Younger Employees
Jennifer Jordan, Michael Sorell
Harvard Business Review 04 June 2019

How Bots Will Change the Doctor-Patient Relationship
David A. Asch, Sean Nicholson, Marc L. Berger 
Harvard Business Review 04 June 2019

4 Ways to Improve Your Company’s Disability-Inclusion Practices
Ted Kennedy, Jr., Chad Jerdee, Laurie Henneborn 
Harvard Business Review 04 June 2019

Can Algorithms Help Us Decide Who to Trust?
David De Cremer, Jack McGuire, Yorck Hesselbarth, Ke Michael Mai 
Harvard Business Review 04 June 2019

How Corporations Can Better Work With Startups
Julia Prats, Josemaria Siota
Harvard Business Review 03 June 2019

What Mindfulness Can Do for a Team
Lingtao Yu, Mary Zellmer-Bruhn
Harvard Business Review 31 May 2019

Unwanted Roles
Is your job turning into something you don’t want? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Francesca Gino, a professor at Harvard Business School. They talk through what to do when your boss gives you duties you dislike, your company is grooming you for roles you can’t see yourself in, or you’ve been offered a different job than the one you applied for.
Harvard Business Review 30 May 2019

When Life Gets Busy, Focus on a Few Key Habits
Jackie Coleman, John Coleman
Harvard Business Review 28 May 2019

How Leaders Around the World Build Trust Across Cultures
Mansour Javidan, Aks Zaheer
Harvard Business Review 27 May 2019

Are community health centers’ chief executive officers’ compensation related to clinical performance?
Davlyatov, Ganisher; Borkowski, Nancy; Qu, Haiyan; Burke, Darrell; Bronstein, Janet; Brickman, Andrew
Health Care Management Review: June 19, 2019

The impact of interpersonal support, supervisory support, and employee engagement on employee turnover intentions Differences between financially distressed and highly financially distressed hospitals
Boakye, Kwabena G.; Apenteng, Bettye A.; Hanna, Mark D.; Kimsey, Linda; Mase, William A.; Opoku, Samuel T.; Owens, Charles; Peden, Angela
Health Care Management Review: June 19, 2019

Women at the helm: Chief executive officer gender and patient experience in the hospital industry
Silvera, Geoffrey A.; Clark, Jonathan R.
Health Care Management Review: June 06, 2019

Building capacity for change: evaluation of an organisation-wide leadership development program 
Tim Schultz, Jodie Shoobridge, Gill Harvey, Libby Carter and Alison Kitson 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 335-344 

The Assumptions Employees Make When They Don’t Get Feedback
Deborah Grayson Riegel
Harvard Business Review 24 June 2019

From super-hero to super-connector, changing the ¬leadership culture in the NHS
Suzie Bailey and Anna Burhouse
Future Hosp J 2019 6:106-109; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-106

The future of the NHS: Plan B.
Nick Bosanquet
Future Hosp J 2019 6:110-113; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-2-110

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‘Eyes In The Home’: ACOs Use Home Visits To Improve Care Management, Identify Needs, And Reduce Hospital Use
Taressa K. Fraze , Laura B. Beidler , Adam D. M. Briggs , and Carrie H. Colla
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 1021-1027

Evidence-based practice and patient-centered care Doing both well
Engle, Ryann L.; Mohr, David C.; Holmes, Sally K.; Seibert, Marjorie Nealon; Afable, Melissa; Leyson, Jenniffer; Meterko, Mark
Health Care Management Review: June 20, 2019 

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Slower increase in life expectancy in Australia than in other high income countries: the contributions of age and cause of death
Alan D Lopez and Tim Adair
Med J Aust 2019; 210 (9): 403-409

A population health perspective on artificial intelligence
Maxime Lavigne, Fatima Mussa, Maria I. Creatore, Steven J. Hoffman, David L. Buckeridge
Healthcare Management Forum May 19, 2019 | OnlineFirst

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Combining participatory action research and appreciative inquiry to design, deliver and evaluate an interdisciplinary continuing education program for a regional health workforce 
Julie-Anne Martyn, Jackie Scott, Jasper H. van der Westhuyzen, Dale Spanhake, Sally Zanella, April Martin and Ruth Newby 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 345-351

Health behaviours of rural Australians following percutaneous coronary intervention: a systematic scoping review.
Butland M, Corones-Watkins K, Evanson AD, Cooke M.  
Rural and Remote Health 2019; 19: 4854. 

The Northern Territory Medical Program – growing our own in the NT.
Worley P, Lowe M, Notaras L, Strasser S, Kidd M, Slee M, Williams R, Noutsos T, Wakerman J.  
Rural and Remote Health 2019; 19: 4671.

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Impact of infectious exposures and outbreaks on nurse and infection preventionist workload 
Amanda J. Hessels, Ana M. Kelly, Lucy Chen, Bevin Cohen, Philip Zachariah, Elaine L. Larson 
American Journal of Infection Control 2019, 47(6): 623–627

The expansion of National Healthcare Safety Network enrollment and reporting in nursing homes: Lessons learned from a national qualitative study 
Patricia W. Stone, Ashley M. Chastain, Richard Dorritie, Aluem Tark, Andrew W. Dick, Jeneita M. Bell, Nimalie D. Stone, Denise D. Quigley, Melony E. Sorbero 
American Journal of Infection Control 2019, 47(6): 615-622

Exploring leadership within a systems approach to reduce health care–associated infections: A scoping review of one work system model 
Mary Jo Knobloch, Kevin V. Thomas, Jackson Musuuza, Nasia Safdar 
American Journal of Infection Control 2019, 47(6): 633-637

How often are health care personnel hands colonized with multidrug- resistant organisms? A systematic review and meta-analysis 
Ana Montoya, Richard Schildhouse, Anupama Goyal, Jason D. Mann, Ashley Snyder, Vineet Chopra, Lona Mody 
American Journal of Infection Control 2019, 47(6): 693-793

Knowledge, attitude, practice, and clinical recommendation toward infection control and prevention standards among nurses: A systematic review 
Aliakbar Nasiri, Abbas Balouchi, Khadije Rezaie-Keikhaie, Salehoddin Bouya, Mahmood Sheyback,, Omar Al Rawajfah 
American Journal of Infection Control 2019, 47(7): 827-833

Disclosure of adverse events: a data linkage study reporting patient experiences among Australian adults aged ≥45 years 
Merrilyn Walton, Reema Harrison, Jennifer Smith-Merry, Patrick Kelly, Elizabeth Manias, Christine Jorm and Rick Iedema 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 268-275 

Integrated (Enterprise) Risk Management in Canadian Healthcare
Polly Stevens, Jordan Willcox and Lori Borovoy 
Healthcare Quarterly 22(1) April 2019 : 48-53

AURA 2019: Third Australian report on antimicrobial use and resistance in human health
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care 2019

Assessing the value of accreditation to health systems and organisations
Swiers, R., & Haddock, R.
Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research 09 May 2019

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Shift Work Including Night Work and Long Working Hours in Industrial Plants Increases the Risk of Atherosclerosis.
Skogstad M, Mamen A, Lunde LK, Ulvestad B, Matre D, Aass HCD, Øvstebø R, Nielsen P, Samuelsen KN, Skare Ø, Sirnes PA.
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Feb 12;16(3). pii: E521. doi: 10.3390/ijerph16030521.

Depression, suicide risk, and workplace bullying: a comparative study of fly-in, fly-out and residential resource workers in Australia.
Miller P, Brook L, Stomski NJ, Ditchburn G, Morrison P.
Aust Health Rev. 2019 Apr 18. doi: 10.1071/AH18155. [Epub ahead of print]

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A preliminary workforce plan for the NHS
BMJ 2019;365:l4144

The NHS workforce plan is an off-the-scale fantasy
BMJ 2019;365:l4036

Home And Community-Based Workforce For Patients With Serious Illness Requires Support To Meet Growing Needs
Joanne Spetz , Robyn I. Stone , Susan A. Chapman , and Natasha Bryant
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 902-909

Policy Changes Key To Promoting Sustainability And Growth Of The Specialty Palliative Care Workforce
Arif H. Kamal, Steven P. Wolf, Jesse Troy, Victoria Leff, Constance Dahlin, Joseph D. Rotella, George Handzo, Phillip E. Rodgers, and Evan R. Myers
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 910-918

Home Health Care For Children With Medical Complexity: Workforce Gaps, Policy, And Future Directions
Carolyn C. Foster , Rishi K. Agrawal , and Matthew M. Davis
Health Affairs 2019, 38(6): 987-993

Systematic review of the evidence related to mandated nurse staffing ratios in acute hospitals 
Richard Olley, Ian Edwards, Mark Avery and Helen Cooper 
Australian Health Review 43(3) 288-293

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Cervical screening in Australia 2019
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2019

National bowel cancer screening program: Monitoring report 2019
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2019

Cancer control in New South Wales 2018: Statewide report
Cancer Institute NSW  May 2019

BreastScreen Australia data dictionary.  version 1.2
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2019

Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia: continuing the national story 2019
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 05 June 2019

Disability support services: Services provided under the National Disability Agreement 2017-18
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare May 2019

2019 annual alcohol poll: Attitudes & behaviours
Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education 2019

Dementia in the public domain: Voice and age-based perspectives on dementia, social disadvantage and public health campaigning
Biggs, S., Haapala, I., & Carr, A.
Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre 2019

Ultra-processed diets cause excess calorie intake and weight gain: An inpatient randomized controlled trial on Ad Libitum food intake
Hall, K.D., et al.
Cell Metabolism 30, 1–11, 2019

Beyond the emergency: A national study of ambulance responses to men’s mental health
Turning Point 2019

Economic Analysis for Health Benefits Package Design.
Love-Koh, James; Walker, Simon Mark; Kataika, Edward; Sibandze, Sibusiso; Arnold, Matthias; Ochalek, Jessica Marie; Griffin, Susan; Revill, Paul; Sculpher, Mark John.
York, UK : Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 2019. (CHE Research Paper; No. 165).

The impact of primary care incentive schemes on care home placements for people with dementia.
Kasteridis, Panagiotis; Liu, Dan; Mason, Anne; Goddard, Maria Karen; Jacobs, Rowena; Wittenberg, Raphael; Howdon, Daniel David Henry.
York, UK : Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 2019. (CHE Research Paper; No. 164).

Statutory funding for children's hospice and palliative care charities in England 2018/19
Together for Short Lives June 2019

Investing in the NHS long term plan
Anita Charlesworth, Ben Gershlick, Zoe Firth, Joshua Kraindler and Toby Watt
Health Foundation 18 June 2019

Environmental health inequalities in Europe: second assessment report
World Health Organization 12 June 2019

The best job in the world? The views of first-time NHS chief executives
NHS Confederation 13 June 2019

Chairs and non-executives in the NHS: the need for diverse leadership
NHS Confederation 06 June 2019

In plain sight: workplace bullying in charities and the implications for leadership
Rob Fitzpatrick and Laura Thorne
Centre for Mental Health  June 2019

Volunteering in ambulance services Developing and diversifying opportunities
Helen Gilburt 
The Kind's Fund 30 May 2019

NHS long-term plan: legislative proposals
Health and Social Care Committee 18 June 2019

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3101.0 Australia's population grows by 1.6 per cent (Media Release), Dec 2018

3101.0 Australian Demographic Statistics, Dec 2018

3412.0 Migration, Australia, 2017-18 (Replacement Content)

4364.0.55.001 National Health Survey: First Results, 2017-18 (Additional Information)

5519.0.55.001 Government Finance Statistics, Australia, Mar 2019

6291.0.55.001 Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, May 2019

6291.0.55.003 Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly, May 2019

6306.0.55.001 Microdata: Employee Earnings and Hours, Australia, May 2018

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HBR Guide to Work-Life Balance 
Harvard Business Review, Stewart D. Friedman, Elizabeth Grace Saunders, Peter Bregman
Evaluate and adjust your priorities; manage expectations; set and spend your time budget; make plans—and backup plans; understand how to make trade-offs; and prioritize self-care. 

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Calendar of conferences in Australia and New Zealand

Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference
Darwin, 18–20 June 2019
The conference program will have three streams, Thinking. Speaking. Being. under which we will explore six themes: Sovereignty of our wellbeing, Resistance, justice and community development, Living a good life, Technology and data, Environment, country, belonging, and Intergenerational investment.

2019 Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) National Conference
Darwin, 23–25 September 2019
IAHA is seeking abstracts for the 2019 IAHA National Conference. The conference theme, 10 Years Making a Difference, recognises the contribution that members, communities and organisations are making in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities who are leading and driving change for healthy, thriving lives now and into the future

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