Clinical placements need rethink to optimise student learning, study finds

By Robert Fedele|
May 16th, 2023|

Nursing students rate spending time with patients, performing assessments and observing nurses as they work the most beneficial to their learning while on clinical placement, [...]

Could trained RN clinical supervisors enhance nursing students’ clinical placements?

By ANMJ Staff|
May 2nd, 2023|

Upskilling registered nurses for clinical supervision could help improve the quality and consistency of nursing students’ clinical placement experiences, according to a recent paper. With [...]

Scoping and redesign of the nursing and midwifery clinical facilitator learning support model in northern Queensland

By Lisa Evans|
January 17th, 2023|

Scoping and redesign of the nursing and midwifery clinical facilitator learning support model in northern Queensland

Does the RUSON employment model support transition to practice, relieve workload pressure and improve patient care?

By Seung A (Sarah) Park, Rebecca Sharp, Marion Eckert, Belinda Clark and Micah DJ Peters|
January 7th, 2023|

Can paid employment models for undergraduate nurses improve transition to practice and help to address workforce shortages? Supporting undergraduate nurses and new graduates to transition [...]

Preparation of student nurses for registration and healthcare delivery

By Felicity Walker, Nicola Whiteing and Christina Aggar|
December 30th, 2022|

Nursing workforce shortages and continuing pressures on healthcare systems require health services and education providers to work collaboratively to support student nurses’ transition into practice, [...]

Supporting novice nurses in an Early Career Transition Program

By Jenna Georgacopoulos|
December 22nd, 2022|

The Supported Registered Nurse Program (SRNP) and Supported Enrolled Nurse Program (SENP) are six-month Early Career Transition Programs (ECTP) for registered and enrolled nurses who [...]

Translating positive first-year student nurses’ pressure injury prevention attitudes into knowledge and action

By Carey Mather and Sarah Prior|
October 21st, 2022|

Findings from this study provide opportunities to invigorate the undergraduate wound management curriculum by focussing on assessment, aetiology, mechanical or shear prevention, risk management, and [...]

SA nurse and midwifery graduates set to benefit from new support initiative

By ANMJ Staff|
September 27th, 2022|

For the first time, South Australian graduate nurses and midwives will be able to work directly with a mentor as part of their Transition to [...]

An International Nursing Student’s Journey in Culturally Safe Nursing Care

By Xiaoping Yan|
June 21st, 2022|

Nursing Philosophy Statement: Nurses are responsible and accountable to provide person-centred and culturally safe care. As frontline healthcare providers, advocators and educators, nurses support patients, [...]

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