Communal responsibility: a history of health collectives in Australia. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(9):1177-80 Full text
Exploring person‐centred fundamental nursing care in hospital wards: a multi‐site ethnography.
Journal of Clinical Nursing:2019: August 13 Full text
Alternative staffing structures in a clustered domestic model of residential aged care in Australia. AUS
Australasian Journal on Ageing:2019:38(S2):68-74 Full text
Implementation of a model of care for hospitalised older persons with cognitive impairment (the Confused Hospitalised Older Persons program) in six New South Wales hospitals. AUS
Australasian Journal on Ageing:2019:38(S2):98-106 Full text
Fits, faints, falls and funny turns: cost and capacity savings in Queensland from the accelerated transient attack pathway initiative (ATAP).
Age and Ageing:2019:48(5):745–750 Full text
Inclusion of a care bundle for fever, hyperglycaemia and swallow management in a National Audit for acute stroke: evidence of upscale and spread. STV
Implementation Science:2019:14(87) Full text
Resilience in clinical care: getting a grip on the recovery potential of older adults.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society:2019: September 9 Full text
Comparative study of outcomes for elderly hip fractures presenting directly to a referral hospital versus those transferred from peripheral centres.
ANZ Journal of Surgery:2019: September 9 Full text
Effect of a multicomponent home-based physical therapy intervention on ambulation after hip fracture in older adults: the CAP Randomized Clinical Trial.
JAMA:2019:322(10):946-56 Full text
Are current mental health assessment formats consistent with contemporary thinking and practice?
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing:2019: September 9 Full text
Does early intervention prevent chronic psychosis? A question for the Victorian Royal Commission into Mental Health. STV
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry:2019: September 5 Full text
Debate sparks over LATE, a recently recognized dementia.
JAMA:2019:322(10): 914-16. Full text
Treatment-induced brain tissue necrosis: a clinical challenge in neuro-oncology.
Neuro-Oncology:2019:21(9):1118-30 Full text
Color categorization independent of color naming.
Cell Reports:2019: 28(10):2471-2479.E5 Full text
Suggested clinical approach for the diagnosis and management of ‘statin intolerance’ with an emphasis on muscle‐related side‐effects. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(9):1081-91 Full text
Effect of low-intensity vs standard-intensity warfarin prophylaxis on venous thromboembolism or death among patients undergoing hip or knee arthroplasty: a randomized clinical trial.
JAMA:2019:322(9):834-842 Full text
Association between regional body fat and cardiovascular disease risk among postmenopausal women with normal body mass index.
European Heart Journal:2019:40(34):2849-55 Full text
Lower carbohydrate diets and all-cause and cause-specific mortality: a population-based cohort study and pooling of prospective studies.
European Heart Journal:2019:40(34):2870-79 Full text
Reducing the use of screen electronic devices in the evening is associated with improved sleep and daytime vigilance in adolescents.
Sleep:2019:42(9):zsz125 Full text
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) produces Australia’s Welfare, collating data from multiple data sources. Australia’s welfare 2019 introduces a new format, rather than producing one large volume. Several new reports are available.
They are a mix of short statistical updates and longer discussions exploring selected topical issues.
Australia’s Welfare 2019: data insights is a collection of articles on selected welfare topics, including an overview of the welfare data landscape, and contributions by academic experts. It is available as a print report and online as a PDF.
Australia’s Welfare Snapshots are 41 web pages that present key facts on housing, education and skills, employment and work, income and finance: government payments, social support, justice and safety, and Indigenous Australians. They are available online in HTML (updated when new data are available) and as a compiled PDF.
Australia’s Welfare 2019: In Brief presents key findings and concepts from the snapshots to tell the story of welfare in Australia. It is available as a print report and online as a PDF.
Australia’s Welfare Indicators is an interactive data visualisation tool that measures welfare system performance, individual and household determinants and the nation’s wellbeing. It is available online in HTML.