Health Podcast (ABC RN)
Gray's Anatomy - a tale of two doctors12/27/14
It’s the world’s best-known and most enduring anatomical textbook - not to be confused with Grey’s Anatomy the TV series. First published in 1858, the story of the creation of this definitive work about the human body was itself something of a medical...
Fit To Play: musicians and their bodies
Classical musicians spend thousands of hours practising and playing. What sort of wear and tear does that have on your body? Well, lots, but do musicians attend to this? Not much. Until recently that is.
Despair—a philosophical enquiry
What will it take to understand this existential beast?
As part of Mental Health Week, we discuss some of the intensive research efforts trying to uncover the mysteries of the devastating brain disease of schizophrenia.
In 1993 Australia's oldest purpose built psychiatric hospital, Gladesville, finally closed after years of bitter struggle between advocates and opponents of de-institutionalisation
But like a refugee
Exploring the frontiers of the human heart, beyond the settled edges of our comfort zones, But Like a Refugee invites you on a journey of understanding.
One of the first and greatest of the American confessional poets, in her own voice.
Not Anonymous Anymore
Not Anonymous Anymore.
The Unexpected Garden
What can the sensory wonders of a garden offer people with dementia?
Religion and Ethics report: families in Catholicism
Pope Francis has convened a synod in Rome in October to discuss the role and shape of families in modern Catholicism.
Battered and bruised a fashionable look?
Have you seen the recent bus "gang rape-inspired" photo shoot in India? Or Vogue Italia's video showing a woman killed by an intruder in her house? Or the Bulgarian makeup ad showing bruised women with the tagline "Victim of Beauty"?
Religion & Ethics: Parents versus doctors
A five-year-old boy with a brain tumour was taken out of a UK hospital by his parents.
RN DRIVE 02.09.2014
Super increases slowed under mining tax deal. The jihadist threat beyond Iraq. Is this the ugliest town in Australia? UN chief backs Australian arms airlift. Religion & Ethics: Parents versus doctors. NATO's rapid-action force to counter Russia....
Seniors and the law
Meet Seniors Creating Change, a choir of Townsville seniors who are staging flash mobs in shopping centres, at universities and events. But they have a strong and serious message about elder abuse, access to services and end of life decisions.
Support for teens after disaster
Thousands of Australians battle floods, fires or cyclones through the blistering summer season.
Exercise challenge: Can you get fit?
Are you up for a challenge - the challenge to get fit?
Critical psychiatry: a personal view
Does the history of psychiatry impact on it's current practice? Pat Bracken believes so.
The Law Report: Seniors Creating Change in Townsville
Townsville, in north Queensland, is home to an unlikely group of activists.
Lessons from Singapore
What are the 3 M’s and can they be introduced here and if they can will they provide greater efficiency and relieve the health cost pressure on government budgets?
Hope and wisdom in tales of starting anew
- Sydney, NSW