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

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‘It’s sinister. It’s dodgy’: Ged Kearney slams federal government’s plan to privatise ACAT

February 27th, 2020|

Former ANMF Federal Secretary Ged Kearney has hit out at the federal government’s push to privatise funding assessments for aged [...]

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  • Could coffee be good for your bones?

    Good news for regular coffee drinkers- your habit could be good for your bones, according to research from the US. A recent study researching the relationship between coffee and bone [...]

  • Why I became an NMHPV Champion

    Victorian nurse Melissa Dickinson stumbled across an advertisement for the Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria’s (NMHPV) NMHPV Champion Program in 2016 while working at Geelong Private Hospital. She recalls [...]

  • 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 [...]

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