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World Health Organization stops short of declaring new coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency

January 24th, 2020|

The World Health Organization (WHO) has elected not to declare an international public health emergency in response to the outbreak [...]

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Wellbeing

  • Understanding vicarious trauma

    Nursing and midwifery are professions that involve giving part of ourselves at work. By default, we are attracted to the profession because we are natural empaths. In our day-to-day caring, [...]

  • Social media addiction affects nurses’ performance

    Addiction to social networking sites reduces nurses’ performance and affects their ability to concentrate, according to a study published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing. “With the introduction of smartphones [...]

  • Hold the holiday weight gain

    Researchers are hoping to help Australians avoid the inevitable weight gain that accompanies the holiday festive season. University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers will track changes in weight, activity and [...]

  • 6 ways to rejuvenate after a rough shift

    It’s been a shocker of a shift. Right now you just want to go home, slip under your doona and shut out the world. But what are some perhaps more [...]

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