Andrew Forrest has run a nimble and remarkably successful campaign to procure medical equipment from China, while WA’s healthcare community has rallied to prepare for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hold the whiskey and the luxury dresses, WA manufacturing has shown its dynamism by shifting to sanitiser, scrubs and masks.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service is increasing its capacity by 25 per cent in preparation for a potential increase in COVID-19 cases in the regions.
Hard-border closures and a partial lockdown in WA are providing medical researchers with the opportunity to explore potentially life-saving COVID-19 treatments.
While early stage breast cancer is the chief focus of most researchers internationally, BCRC-WA directs more than half of its research – 67 percent – into metastatic cancer, that is where the breast cancer has metastasised in another part of the body, such as the brain or bones.
Of late, we have typed coronavirus or COVID-19 into our mobile devices so often that if mistyped, the spelling is automatically corrected. Since December 2019, COVID-19 has profoundly impacted global health and our social systems.
For a few years now we have heard many organisations talk about transformation – digital, customer, operating model. The term ‘VUCA’ – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity being increasingly used by business leaders to describe the changing environment in which we li
The Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation is looking for businesses with the capability to manufacture or supply medical personal protective equipment.