Building better foundations for primary care

REPORT

by Stephen Duckett and Hal Swerissen


Simple reforms to Australia’s health system could help save more than $320 million a year on avoidable hospital admissions and provide better care for people with diabetes, asthma, heart disease and other chronic conditions.

NEWS

27 April 2017

Malcolm Turnbull lets the sovereign risk genie out of the gas bottle

The Turnbull government has finally decided to crash the gas party and impose restrictions on gas exports. This is a big step. It will be welcomed by gas consumers, condemned by gas producers and heavily scrutinised by anyone with a commitment to markets as the primary vehicle for efficient commercial outcomes.

PODCAST

24 April 2017

Will the ALP’s new housing affordability plan make a difference?

An interview with Australian Perspectives Fellow, Brendan Coates. Labor has announced their new package to fix housing affordability. Will it make a difference? Or will this be another instance of governments wanting to appear to make housing more affordable, rather than actually fixing the problem?

EVENTS

04 May 2017

Engaging students: creating better classroom environments for learning - Adelaide

In this event hosted in partnership with the State Library South Australia, Dr Peter Goss, Grattan Institute School Education Program Director, will host a panel of leading educators to explore: What is happening in Australia’s classrooms; how can schools and teachers create better classroom environments for learning; and, what policy changes would help schools the most.

 

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