Research from the ANU Medical School has found doctors are using children in refugee families as interpreters for their parents.
The name of an illness can affect the level of care a person receives.
“We want to give GPs the tools to assist their patients.”
The proportion of ‘staph’ infections resistant to antibiotics has increased in Australia since 2000, with most cases now occurring in the community.
Researchers at ANU are working on a new treatment for an aggressive type of leukemia that outperforms standard chemotherapies.
The Australian National University (ANU) Medical School has established an endowment fund to support the training of critical-care specialists.
The new collaboration will allow students to combine a Bachelor Medical Science degree at ANU with a Master of Diagnostic Pathology degree at UC.
Canberrans are being invited to take part in a new study to find out whether the adult pneumococcal vaccine can help reduce heart attack and stroke.