The dilemma: International recruitment of nurses and midwives amid a global workforce shortage

By Natalie Dragon|
2022-12-13T10:51:57+11:00
January 8th, 2023|

Historic chronic underinvestment of nursing and midwifery, compounded by a global pandemic, has left a perilous shortage of the world’s largest health workforce. The COVID-19 [...]

The call for morally just global action

By Dr Megan-Jane Johnstone AO, Retired Professor of Nursing and Independent Scholar|
2022-12-20T19:53:31+11:00
December 21st, 2022|

The COVID-19 pandemic together with other global pressures that have been placed on the world’s healthcare systems have converged to highlight the prediction –and now [...]

Nursing records a 19% surge exceeding growth in broader workforce, 2021 Census data reveals

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-10-13T12:30:47+11:00
October 13th, 2022|

Nursing has overtaken building as the third most common non-school qualification in Australia, behind business and management and teacher education according to 2021 Census data [...]

QNMU members identify how to make nursing and midwifery more enticing

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-09-27T14:01:54+10:00
September 27th, 2022|

Queensland nurses and midwives have identified dangerous workloads, moral distress or fatigue and insufficient income as the key barriers to recruiting and retaining workforce as [...]

New course on best care incontinence standards for people living with dementia

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-08-02T14:36:52+10:00
August 2nd, 2022|

A new online course based on incontinence care standards for Australians living with Dementia, has been developed by the National Ageing Research Institute (NARI). Titled [...]

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