Providing positive care experiences for people with intellectual disability and or autism

By ANMJ contributor|
2021-04-20T12:48:19+10:00
April 20th, 2021|

People with intellectual disability (ID) and/or autism (ASD) often experience challenges when receiving care in environments where approaches are designed for the needs of typical [...]

Transitioning to the Australian nursing workforce: Perceptions and experiences of international nursing students and new graduates

By ANMJ Staff|
2020-11-23T14:30:36+11:00
November 23rd, 2020|

Researchers from the University of South Australia want to hear from international nursing students about the experiences of their final-year transition from undergraduate study at [...]

Acknowledging our Nurse and Midwife Educators: How they are navigating the COVID-19 ‘new normal’ return to campus within a Bachelor of Nursing program

By Annette Saunders, Kathleen Tori, Carey Mather and Diana Guzys|
2020-10-06T12:16:20+11:00
October 6th, 2020|

Acknowledging our Nurse and Midwife Educators we highlight one of ANMJ's Focus education stories on World Teachers' Day. The authors of this article discuss how [...]

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