Infectious diseases

Prof Raina MacIntyre
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Reports of a surge in pneumonia-like illness primarily affecting children in northern China have captured our attention...

Christine Carson
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Antimicrobial resistance is one of the biggest global threats to health, food security and development...

Prof Paul Griffin
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In this Product Explainer, Infectious Diseases Physician and Microbiologist A/Prof Paul Griffin explains the role of oral anti-virals in the context of the current COVID-19 virology and available therapies.

Prof Paul Griffin
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COVID is still very much around, and older people are still most at risk of significant morbidity. We discuss management strategies, both in the community and in facilities, that can be beneficial in mitigating this risk.

Prof James Wood
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Australia is now into its next COVID wave. But it has taken several months for a consistent pattern to emerge across Australia.

A/Prof Michael Woodward AM
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In this Product Explainer, Geriatrician A/Prof Michael Woodward AM provides an update on the recombinant (ie non-live) herpes zoster vaccine and inclusion in the National Immunisation Program.

Neena Bhandari
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HIV is more preventable and treatable than ever, here’s what GPs need to know…

Expert/s: Neena Bhandari
Dr Michelle Boyle
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In what was very big news for global health, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has recommended a new vaccine for the prevention of malaria in children, called R21/Matrix-M.

Prof Peter Richmond
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The incidence of meningitis in adolescents and young people

Dr Suresh V. Kuchipudi
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The latest variant, or sublineage, of SARS-CoV-2 to emerge on the scene, BA.2.86, has public health experts on alert as...

Prof Paul Griffin
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Basic statistics, epidemiology, and important events, and new variants and subvariants

Dr Sarah Tedjasukmana
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As international lockdowns start to feel like a memory of a bad dream