AllRefer Health has extensive information from trusted sources on over 4,000 topics including diseases, tests, symptoms, injuries, surgeries, nutrition, poisons, and special topics. There is also focus on family and community health.
This resource aims to improve general health by providing easy access to quality information about human health and medicine. It offers information ranging from daily health issues, such as nutrition or smoking, to information related to life events such as birth, end of life, mens and womens health. Specific information topics, such as diabetes or asthma, are also available.
This page looks at the State & Territory information - including curriculums, then sections covering fitness activities, minor games, aerobics, sources of information and assistance, lesson plans and Australian Physical Education groups.
IAPESGW is an organisation with a primary aim to support and bring together like-minded professionals from around the world who are working in the fields of physical education, dance and sport. IAPESGW also aims to represent and promote the interests of girls and women at all levels and in all areas of physical education, dance and sport.
The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Inc. (ACHPER) is the leading professional association representing teachers and other professionals working in the fields of health and physical education
Athletics Australia has a selection of coaching videos available for download. Topics covered include javelin, pole vault, middle distance training, hurdles and sports development in young athletes + more.
The medical world can be a confusing place. Students entering health care also struggle to grasp the complexity of health sciences, and are forced to memorize huge amounts of information. We hope to make understanding the medical world a bit easier.
Resources in this collection cover topics such as retirement and superannuation, nursing home care, ageing well, advance medical directives, elder abuse and other issues concerning older people, human rights and social services.
Access to approved HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines, HIV treatment and prevention clinical trials, and other research information for health care providers, researchers, people affected by HIV/AIDS, and the general public.
The Census is of vital importance to Australian communities. Community organisations, private institutions and all levels of government use Census figures as the basis for many planning decisions, such as where to provide services for the elderly and young people.
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards.