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1. 9 May 18HEALTH / EDUCATION
The RACGP commended the government for investing in postgraduate training for medical graduates. [Full text]
2. 9 May 18HEALTH / RESEARCH
Research Australia issued an overview of the medical research Budget. [Full text]
3. 9 May 18HEALTH / RESEARCH
Research Australia welcomed $240m for a Frontier Health and Medical Research Program. [Full text]
4. 9 May 18HEALTH / RESEARCH
AAMRI issued an overview of the medical research Budget. [Full text]
5. 9 May 18HEALTH / RESEARCH
AAMRI said $2b for the Medical Research Future Fund secures Australia's future as medical research leader. [Full text]
6. 9 May 18HEALTH / REGIONAL
The AMA welcomed the Budget's Rural Health Strategy. [Full text]
7. 9 May 18HEALTH
The CHF welcomed a consumer focus in the Health Budget. [Full text]
8. 9 May 18HEALTH
The Pharmaceutical Society welcomed the new Workforce Incentive Program to strengthen multidisciplinary primary care. [Full text]
9. 9 May 18HEALTH
The Pharmacy Guild said the Budget confirmed the PBS as the most fiscally sustainable component of the health system. [Full text]
10. 9 May 18HEALTH
Medicines Australia welcomed $1.4b for PBS listing of innovative medicines and other measures. [Full text]
11. 9 May 18HEALTH
The AMA said the Government delivered a safe and steady Health Budget. [Full text]
12. 9 May 18BIOTECH / RESEARCH / HEALTH / AQUACULTURE
The OGTR granted a licence to UQ for a trial of genetically modified insect-specific viruses as vaccines against Kunjin virus infection in farmed crocodiles. [Full text]
13. 9 May 18BUDGET / AGRICULTURE / HEALTH / CHEMICAL REGULATION
CropLife welcomed investment to improve farmers' access to crop protection products. [Full text]
14. 9 May 18BUDGET / AGRICULTURE / HEALTH / CHEMICAL REGULATION
APVMA welcomed $10.1m for its digital strategy. [Full text]
15. 9 May 18BUDGET / MENTAL HEALTH
The Mental Health Commission said the Budget demonstrates a commitment to making mental health a priority. [Full text]
16. 9 May 18BUDGET / MENTAL HEALTH
Mental Health Australia welcomed mental health investments. [Full text]
17. 9 May 18BUDGET / HEALTH / RESEARCH
AusBiotech said the R&D Tax Incentive reform delivers positive news for clinical trials. [Full text]
18. 9 May 18BUDGET / HEALTH / RESEARCH
The NHMRC issued Budget information. [Full text]
19. 9 May 18BUDGET / HEALTH
PHA said the Budget demonstrates a commitment to making quality healthcare more accessible and affordable. [Full text]
20. 9 May 18BUDGET / HEALTH
The AMA president was interviewed on ABC Great Southern. [Full text]
21. 9 May 18BUDGET / HEALTH
The AMA president was interviewed on Sky. [Full text]
22. 9 May 18BUDGET / HEALTH
Shadow Minister King said the Budget fails the health test. [Full text]
23. 8 May 18HEALTH / PUBLIC SERVICE
The TGA issued 'Conflicts of interest and confidentiality obligations - Guidance for TGA advisory committee members. [Full text]
24. 8 May 18HEALTH / DEFENCE / REGIONAL
DHACS issued the report of an expert panel on Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances and said it concluded there is mostly limited, or in some cases no evidence, that exposure to PFAS is linked with human disease. [Full text]
25. 8 May 18AGRICULTURE / HEALTH / CHEMICAL REGULATION
APVMA issued a Gazette. [Full text]
26. 8 May 18HEALTH / ICT / INNOVATION
The ADHA invited proposals to trial digital health solutions. [Full text]
27. 8 May 18HEALTH / INDUSTRY / RESEARCH
Medicines Australia congratulated MTPConnect on the appointment of Dr Dan Grant as CEO. [Full text]
28. 8 May 18HEALTH / INDUSTRY
The TGA issued guidance on child-resistant packaging requirements for medicines. [Full text]
29. 8 May 18HEALTH / INDUSTRY
The TGA issued 'Outcomes of the consultation on the draft list of permitted indications'. [Full text]
30. 7 May 18HEALTH / ICT
CSIRO said phone apps could help to address Australia's significant under-consumption of vegetables. [Full text]