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A global mandate for progress towards wellbeing economies

Measuring social production within national accounts will help shift policy narratives from GDP growth to fostering health and wellbeing. The post A global mandate for progress towards wellbeing economies appeared first on The Mandarin.

Queensland public service numbers up 25% in a decade

The Queensland public sector now employs to 258,012 FTE, with 90.7% engaged in frontline and frontline support roles. The post Queensland public service numbers up 25% in a decade appeared first on The Mandarin.

Queensland public service numbers up 25% in a decade

The Queensland public sector now employs to 258,012 FTE, with 90.7% engaged in frontline and frontline support roles. The post Queensland public service numbers up 25% in a decade appeared first on The Mandarin.

Experts warn of pharmaceuticals causing widespread contamination as far as Antarctica

Monash University researchers have contributed to an international paper arguing that “urgent action” is needed to address the threat to environmental biodiversity posed by toxic pharmaceuticals. The post Experts warn of pharmaceuticals causing widespr...

AHRC portal to highlight human cost of the pandemic

The commission wants to develop an emergency response framework that ensures rights and freedoms are at the heart of responses to disasters. The post AHRC portal to highlight human cost of the pandemic appeared first on The Mandarin.

Australia can afford to bulk bill all GP visits. So why don’t we?

Recent incentives for GPs to bulk bill aren’t enough to get us there. Instead, we need to adjust health policies. The post Australia can afford to bulk bill all GP visits. So why don’t we? appeared first on The Mandarin.

Australia can afford to bulk bill all GP visits. So why don’t we?

Recent incentives for GPs to bulk bill aren’t enough to get us there. Instead, we need to adjust health policies. The post Australia can afford to bulk bill all GP visits. So why don’t we? appeared first on The Mandarin.

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