Thanks to our talented and generous colleagues and contributors, Croakey is delighted to offer a number of publications, free for download. We hope they will be of interest and use to our readers, and perhaps you might like to encourage your local library to list them. Also, please feel free to share copies with politicians, policy makers and any other relevant individuals or organisations. Spread the word!
Marie McInerney covered the ASMIRT 2023 event, themed: Champions of change: honouring the past,embracing the present, shaping the future.
This report includes comments from 16 Australian health leaders surveyed by Croakey for a series of articles on the type of expertise and qualities required for the role of Secretary of the Department of Health and Aged Care. Published May 2023.
Croakey editor Jennifer Doggett gazes into a health policy crystal ball, providing advice to the policymakers of today around five key themes: health financing; workforce; technology; climate and planetary health; and patient and community involvement in healthcare.
This e-publication compiles a series of sponsored content articles produced by Croakey Professional Services for the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM).
The articles celebrate the achievements and history of CATSINaM, and the organisation’s Elders and members.
The #SpeakingOurMinds series of articles was conceived and organised by mental health and
human rights advocate Simon Katterl and was edited by Dr Ruth Armstrong.
In the six months leading up to the 2022 Federal election, Croakey published 94 election-related articles from 65 contributors. These put a sustained focus on key health equity issues, including the climate crisis, the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, health reform, social determinants of health, media-related issues, COVID, the health and aged care workforce, housing, aged care, integrity in government, the Uluru Statement from the Heart, primary healthcare, justice-related concerns, mental health and the health of LGBTIQ communities. We also covered the implications for health of the rise of Independent candidates.
Dr Amy Coopes, Alison Barrett and Dr Melissa Sweet reported on the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Congress, ‘Stronger Bridges, Safer Harbours’.
Climate Change and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health roundtable, hosted by the Lowitja Institute in partnership with the National Health Leadership Forum and the Climate and Health Alliance.
Reported on the Youth Health Forum 2021 National Summit.
Three organisers from the Youth Summit, Luke Catania, Emily Cole and Jasmine Elliott, live-tweeted the event via @WePublicHealth.