Episode 8: Meet the graduates... behind the data
Meet the graduates... behind the data
In this special episode, guest host and 2021 AIHW Graduate Kimberly Dunbar is joined by Sally Mills, head of the Children & Families Unit who also started out as an AIHW Grad. They discuss their experiences with the AIHW Graduate Program.
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Presenter: Kimberly Dunbar
Interviewees: Sally Mills, AIHW Children and Families Unit
Producers: Elise Guy, Tanya Li
Episode 6: Dementia mortality during COVID-19 in Australia
Episode 5: Golden staph bloodstream infections in Australian public hospitals
In this episode of Behind the data, host Peter Jean talks to Dr Heather Swanston of the AIHW's Hospital Systems Group about golden staph bloodstream infections associated with hospital care in Australia.
Episode 4: Looking back on health in 2020
Content Warning: This podcast episode contains discussion relating to suicide from 17:45–18:28. If you, or someone you know is distressed, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or lifeline.org.au.
In this episode of Behind the data, host Peter Jean discusses the AIHW’s final releases of the year which examine the impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s health system—including mental health, elective surgery, emergency department presentations, MBS & PBS service use, hand hygiene in hospitals and cancer screening—with Adrian Webster and Matthew James of the AIHW.
Episode 3: Australian bushfires 2019–20: exploring the short-term health impacts
In this episode of Behind the data, host Peter Jean discusses the release of the AIHW's new report Australian bushfires 2019–20: exploring the short-term health impacts with Richard Juckes and Claire Sparke of the AIHW.
Episode 2: Cancer screening and COVID-19 in Australia