Inequalities placed on people with dementia are quite evident within Australia. Matilda Whittaker explores how policy surrounding dementia in Australia could be better.Continue Reading
Ciara Emerson explores the highs and lows of the Australian healthcare system during the CVID-19 pandemic.Continue Reading
“I was talking to a colleague recently when she suggested that the success of North Korea’s COVID-19 management was due to a policy ordering anyone who tested positive to be shot. While this was clearly, at least I hope, a callous and morbid joke. It made me wonder. How close does this fabricated utilitarian approach mirror health policy in the world currently?”
Jonathan Tracey looks at inequality in the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue Reading
Lotta Pyykkoenen compares the pandemic responses of the Republic of Korea and Sweden, finding lessons to better tackle health crises in the future.Continue Reading
South Korea had early successes in it’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. But eventually, case numbers multiplied and the outbreak continued to grow.
Georgia Hockley takes us into South Korea’s response and looks into how their public health measures fared over timeContinue Reading
As each country tackles the COVID-19 pandemic, we can learn from their successes and their failures.
Joe Fletcher takes us inside Sweden’s unconventional and Singapores head-on approach.Continue Reading
Considered two of the most successful healthcare systems globally, albeit, for different reasons, Sweden and Singapore have chosen dramatically different approaches when it comes to the COVID-19 response.Continue Reading
“When we think of risk factors relating to the Covid-19 pandemic we may think of age or underlying health conditions, but for Americans, the biggest risk factor was President Trump.”
Lily Leckie explores the USA’s response to COVID-19.Continue Reading