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

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-09-27T12:23:59+10:00
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|
2022-06-22T08:59:56+10:00
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, [...]

The role gardens and gardening can play on the health and wellbeing of older people: A literature review

By Edwin Cedamon|
2022-06-21T15:40:27+10:00
June 21st, 2022|

During my first clinical placement, an awe feeling struck me as I walked to the dining lounge overlooking a beautiful vegetable and flower garden. This [...]

Enhancing nursing and midwifery students’ clinical placements: Development of the National Placement Evaluation Centre

By Simon Cooper, Robyn Cant, Colleen Ryan and the NPEC project|
2021-10-06T07:50:43+11:00
September 30th, 2021|

Enhancing nursing and midwifery students’ clinical placements: Development of the National Placement Evaluation Centre

Final-year nursing students don’t consider general practice a priority career path, study finds

By Robert Fedele|
2021-07-07T10:50:27+10:00
July 2nd, 2021|

Final-year nursing students don’t consider general practice a priority career path, study finds

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