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  1. Date rape

    04 Jul 2019

    Date rape can be especially common among young people who have had little sexual experience and aren’t sure that what they have experienced crosses the line into rape. Many victims of date rape can...

  2. David's story - National Disability Insurance Scheme - NDIS (video) [video]

    Find out how the NDIS has helped improve David's life...

    Duration: 1:20

    • Topic,
    • Disability,
    • NDIS - National Disability Issurance Scheme,
    • Personal stories
  3. Day surgery and anaesthesia

    19 Feb 2019

    Day surgery is completed in one day, usually the person does not have to stay in hospital overnight...

  4. Deafness - a range of causes

    09 Mar 2018

    Deafness is caused by many different events including injury, disease and genetic defects...

  5. Dealing with grief and loss

    04 Jan 2016

    Grief counselling and bereavement services can help you with feelings of grief and loss caused by death, loss of control and independence due to ageing...

  6. Dealing with news about dying

    22 Feb 2017

    It is important to acknowledge that you will respond in your own way to the news that you are dying. Respect your need to question, your need for silence and your need to talk...

  7. Death in hospital

    24 May 2017

    Organising a funeral is an important part of grieving, so it is worth spending time to plan the funeral that you and the deceased person would want...

  8. Death of a baby

    19 Sep 2019

    Miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death is a shattering event for those expecting a baby, and for their families. Grief, relationship stresses and anxiety about subsequent pregnancies are common in...

  9. Decision-making in hospital

    30 Dec 2015

    This checklist provides a list of things to think about regarding health decisions in hospital...