The World Health Organisation has declared 2020 the Year of the Nurse & Midwife for the invaluable contribution to health care globally!
In each of our 31 Qualitas Health General Practice locations, we have nurses who demonstrate daily in their exceptional care outstanding delivery of our patient-focused values.
We are so proud to have such amazing, skilled and passionate health care professionals within our Qualitas practices.
WHO states the world needs 9 million more nurses and midwives if it is to achieve universal health coverage by 2030.
You might be doing yourself a favour.
A study in Switzerland (where else?) gave either dark chocolate or placebos to some extremely stressed people.
The test subjects were then put into a mock job interview and asked complete a complex math problem in front of a large audience. Continue reading
When we think of a broken heart, we usually think about a cartoon of a heart torn in two however ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ has real connection between mental health and stress induced cardiac consequences which can not be fixed with a extra large tub of cookie dough ice cream.
A highly publicised study at Deakin University has shown that women are experiencing ‘Cognitive Changes’ during pregnancy. Symptoms are reported to be experienced by 4 out of 5 pregnant women and can include poor concentration and absent mindedness and memory problems. Continue reading
Have you noticed the amount of luscious and groomed moustaches making an appearance on men’s faces around your suburb this November? These “moed-up” Men might be taking part in “Movember”, which is a men’s health initiative that helps to raise money to support Men’s Health on a global scale.
This annual charity event takes place across the month of November. It encourages men to grow a moustache, to help raise funds and awareness for men’s health projects.
Movember targets the most prominent health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
The Movember Foundation has one primary goal- to stop men dying too young.