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Digitising Critical Event Management is the business priority for 2022
Business resilience has been tested over 2020-21 with major events like the pandemic, increased cybersecurity threats and other severe national and global disasters, presenting the need for organisations to focus on safety and crisis management to mitigate risks and ensure business continuity. Integrated security, safety, crisis & emergency management, and business continuity software Noggin is digitising how businesses manage incidents, big or small. To learn more, Noggin are hosting a Virtual User Conference on 2 December, addressing the need for organisations to prepare and plan for uncertainty. Guest speakers: the Woolworths Group, Sydney Airport and more. https://www.accelevents.com/e/noggin-virtual-uc
16 November 2021 by Ashleigh Duff

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A healthcare crisis solution
SYMPTOMS: Mass resignation, Burnout, PTSDPROBLEMS: Staffing shortages, Depletion of talent from organizations
12 November 2021 by Creative Nurs...

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Aussie biotech receives approval for COVID-19 tests in Europe
Australian biotech Microbio has had their InfectID-COVID-19 tests approved for sale in Europe. A revolutionary pathogen identification test, InfectID is a rapid, highly sensitive and adaptable test which addresses different target pathogens. Two SARS-CoV-2 tests by Microbio have been developed and received approval for sale in Europe under IVD Directive 98/79/EC. This approval enables the privately held scale-up to move into additional international markets, including India, North America, Africa, and Asia. The tests have a 100% success rate and have been compared to other real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests that claim to detect all variants. | shorturl.at/zFMNY
11 November 2021 by Mel Raassina

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3 November 2021 by Jeremy Ungar

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Pain relief for all terminally ill Australians who need it
You’ve probably never heard of intrathecal care. It’s a new drug-delivery method used by palliative care specialists in which a catheter is inserted near the spinal cord, similar to an epidural. It enables pain relief while allowing mobility and lucidity.  This kind of medical advance changes the game on end-of-life care. The Australian Medical Association estimates it would cost about an extra $275 million a year to make quality supportive care available to all terminally ill Australians who need it. It’s expensive, but certainly possible. It’s a choice that a progressive government could and should make.  
20 October 2021 by IdeaSpies

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15 October 2021 by Jeremy Ungar