Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal2019-06-27T22:44:32+11:00

Latest News

Over half of Australia’s aged care residents live in homes with staffing that would rate one or two stars in the US

October 14th, 2019|

More than half of Australia’s aged care residents live in homes with staffing levels that only rate one or two [...]

Load More Posts

ANMJ Newsletter Signup

Newsletter Signup
This form collects your name and email so we can add you to our newsletter list to receive the latest healthcare news and updates. Please review our privacy policy for the full detail on how we protect and manage your submitted data.

In Practice


Justice & Action

Ensuring Integrity Bill 2019: The real threat to unions and workers’ rights

By |September 24th, 2019|Justice & Action|

The Morrison government recently reintroduced The Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment (Ensuring Integrity) Bill 2019 into Parliament. The Bill has [...]


Research & Innovation

  • Smartphone to diagnose respiratory disease

    A smartphone app has been developed to instantly identify common respiratory disorders. The University of Queensland (UQ) smartphone technology analyses a person’s cough to help diagnose respiratory disorders, like asthma, [...]

  • Overcoming dementia stigma

    Two in three people and 62% of healthcare practitioners consider dementia is a normal part of ageing, according to a large worldwide study. The World Alzheimer Report 2019: attitudes to [...]

  • Can green tea eliminate antibiotic resistance?

    A natural oxidant commonly found in green tea may help eliminate antibiotic resistant bacteria, new research shows. University of Surrey scientists have found that epigallocatechin (EGCG) can restore the activity [...]

  • Shifting weight on shift work research

    No doubt being a shift worker plays havoc on eating and sleeping habits not to mention opportunities for exercise. Consequently, shift workers are more likely to put on more weight [...]