18 Sep

Australian healthcare organisations team up to say when it comes to healthcare, “Don’t Wait Mate”

Pathology Awareness Australia has joined with more than 30 healthcare organisations to encourage Australians to look after their non-COVID-19 health needs during the pandemic. The Don’t Wait Mate
13 Aug

Dr Harry Nespolon: a passionate leader and advocate for general practitioners and the health of Australians

The former President of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Dr Harry Nespolon, passed away at the end of July. Despite his 9-month battle with pancreatic cancer, he inspired those w
13 Aug

Broadening gene testing could prevent thousands of cancer cases

Data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare estimates breast cancer to be the most commonly diagnosed cancer this year, with 19,974 cases of breast cancer predicted to be diagnosed across
13 Aug

Check out these webinars and join the conversation on healthcare during COVID-19

Pathology Awareness Australia is a founding member of the Continuity of Care Collaboration, spreading the message to Australians not to skip vital pathology tests and healthcare appointments during th
28 Jul

An open letter to Victorians signed by 26 health groups

Dear Victorians, Healthcare does not stop for lockdown, we are here to keep you well Healthcare is one of the four reasons you can leave home, and it is safe to visit health services in person
12 Jun

Survey shows Australians delayed GP appointments and pathology tests, but patients starting to return

A survey of more than 700 people shows many Australians have delayed or avoided healthcare appointments and tests, but are returning as pandemic restrictions ease. Pathology Awareness Australia is
25 May

An open letter to Australians – from 23 health organisations

Dear Australia, Let’s work together to put your health first COVID-19 caught us by surprise, testing our health system and testing our country in many ways. The good news is that the actions tak
8 May

Thank you pathology, from NT’s primary school children

These pictures were drawn by children from Nightcliff Primary School in the Northern Territory to thank pathologists (and all those working in the lab) at Territory Pathology for all their hard work.
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