After 20 years of rapid increases in life expectancy at birth, the rate of growth in Australia is now falling behind most other high-income nations, research shows. Experts say this means better control of health risk factors such as obesity will be needed if further life expectancy increases are to be achieved. Dr Tim Adair spoke to the show.
The number of junior doctors in Australia has almost doubled in 10 years, leading to increased competition and a changing workforce composition according to the ANZ – Melbourne Institute Health Report. Led by Professor Anthony Scott, the report investigates the future of Australia’s medical workforce and finds a number of pressures such as increasing costs and digital disruption. Professor Scott spoke to the program.
Managing Director of Media Stable Nic Hayes spoke to Friday Lunch on 94.7 The Pulse about what Clive Palmer’s ads mean for the future of advertising. More Election Coverage Corangamite Election GuideCorangamite Candidates ForumCorio Election GuideCorio Candidates ForumSenate (Victoria) Election GuideListen to interviews on SpotifyListen to interviews on Apple Podcasts
Federal Member for Corangamite Sarah Henderson MP joined the program for the final time in the campaign. Sarah Henderson Liberal 33,775 votes – 41.75% MPInterview DoneAttending Forum sarahhenderson.com.au View all interviews with Sarah Henderson View 7 other candidates for Corangamite
Corio Greens candidate Amber Forbes appeared on Mitchell’s Front Page to discuss her candidacy. Amber Forbes The Greens 10,311 votes – 12.71% Interview Done greens.org.au/vic/person/amber-forbes View all interviews with Amber Forbes View 3 other candidates for Corio
Kammy Corder Hunt appeared on Mitchell’s Front Page to discuss her senate candidacy for Victoria. Kammy Cordner Hunt Independents For Climate Action Now Interview Done i-c-a-n.com.au View all interviews with Kammy Cordner Hunt View 7 other candidates for Victoria (Senate)
Why are so many dud candidates are getting through the major parties’ vetting? Political analyst and former senior Liberal adviser Terry Barnes questions whether the candidates are being vetted at all.