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Dr Karen Price

RACGP calls for urgent Albanese Government action on pressing telehealth issues

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has urged the new Federal Government to address some of the issues which have surfaced since the rollout and expansion of telehealth services in Australia.

Flu jab mandate announced for all Vic health care staff as RACGP urges nation to be prepared

Public and private hospital staff, ambulance service workers and those in public residential aged care will need to receive their annual flu jab before August 15 each year under rules rolled out on Friday. The mandate comes as the RACGP urges the nation to prepare for a potential resurgence of flu and get vaccinated early.

RACGP welcomes Govt telehealth announcement but warns more long-term investment needed

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has cautiously welcomed the Federal Government’s move to temporarily restore telehealth to peak COVID-19 pandemic settings.

RACGP president pleads for lessons from COVID-19 vaccine rollout to not be forgotten

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has warned against a return to “business as usual” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and urged leaders to heed vital lessons from the vaccine rollout.

Experts agree on importance of third vax dose, particularly for vulnerable in aged care

Numerous Australian medical experts have backed calls for a third COVID-19 vaccine dose this week, to ensure the ongoing protection of elders. Leading the charge was doctor and journalist Dr Norman Swan, who told the ABC that the discourse should shift from talk of ‘boosters’ to a formal acceptance of COVID-19 vaccination as a three-step programme.

GPs urgently need support with aged care and looming health crisis: RACGP report

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is calling on government to undertake genuine, sustainable, and properly funded health system reform to better support community-based healthcare.

GPs crucial in improving health outcomes for older Australians, RACGP says

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is urging government to provide more support for general practice to enhance the health and wellbeing of older people.

RACGP welcomes no fault COVID-19 indemnity scheme for patients and vaccinators

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) said it welcomes the Federal Government finalising a national no fault indemnity scheme for COVID-19 vaccination.

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