Study focuses on treatment of Sports Hernia

Supplied Content Melbourne, Australia, May 9, 2017 ‘Sports hernia’ remains a controversial diagnosis for most surgeons, but it describes a syndrome of disabling chronic athletic groin pain, according to Queensland Surgical Trainee and researcher at the Hernia Institute Australia (HIA), Dr Omar Rodriguez-Acevedo. Dr Rodriguez-Acevedo is presenting the results of a study at HIA and Macquarie University Hospital (MUH) of…

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PMs Education Excellence Awards Finalists

Supplied Content Nikki Kaye Wellington, May 9, 2017 Fourteen finalists representing 10 early learning services, schools and kura have been chosen from 142 entries in the prestigious 2017 Prime Ministers Education Excellence Awards. I want to congratulate all the finalists on getting this far. It is a huge achievement meaning they have demonstrated excellence in education to the panel of…

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Result-oriented initiatives ensure efficiency

Bill English Delivering better public services that improve New Zealanders’ lives is one of the National-led government’s top priorities. The ‘Better Public Services’ targets that we introduced in 2012 have delivered tangible and long-lasting results such as reduced welfare dependency, better educational achievement, improved healthcare and less serious crime. Scope to do more Each of these represents real and positive…

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