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In Practice View All

Study explores role of Army Medics trained as ‘soldier-nurses’ as part of the ‘War on Terror’

September 22nd, 2021|In Practice|

New research has investigated the role of army medics, trained as both enrolled nurses and as soldiers, who live out [...]

Interviews View All

  • Meet Netty

    After a long career in midwifery and nursing, retirement no longer feels like an impossible task for Netty. With her finances in order, she’s ready for what’s ahead. Here’s her [...]

  • Nursing Now – Where to next?

    Nursing Now, the landmark three-year campaign that aimed to raise the profile and status of nursing worldwide, may have concluded, yet, its legacy remains very much alive. One of the [...]

  • Turning research into practice: Improving the lives of those living with dementia

    Sydney University Professor and nurse researcher on dementia and gerontology Yun-Hee Jeon has helped improve clinical care for those living with dementia. Professor Jeon says that often the foundation of [...]

Justice & Action View All

ANMF applauds 95% of residential aged care workers on reaching COVID-19 vaccination deadline

By Kathryn Anderson|September 17th, 2021|Career News, Featured, Justice & Action, Latest News|

ANMF applauds 95% of residential aged care workers on reaching COVID-19 vaccination deadline

ANMF calls on PM to address critical concerns before triggering national plan to re-open Australia

By ANMJ Staff|September 1st, 2021|Featured, Justice & Action, Latest News|

ANMF calls on PM to address critical concerns before triggering national plan to re-open Australia

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Research & Innovation View All

Study: Reflection as a learning strategy for the training of nurses in clinical settings

By Robert Fedele|September 22nd, 2021|Career News, Research & Innovation|

Interventions, tools, approaches and the measurement of nurses’ reflection in clinical settings are highly varied, a new paper has found. [...]

Electronic Medical Record (EMR) study reveals divide between nursing and medical professions

By ANMJ Staff|September 1st, 2021|Featured, Latest News, Research & Innovation|

Electronic Medical Record (EMR) study reveals divide between nursing and medical professions