Continence care for pregnant and birthing women: An example of how midwives can make a difference

By Dr Julie Tucker and Mary Steen|
2021-09-17T13:37:08+10:00
October 14th, 2021|

Best practice occurs when midwives continually reflect on how they provide daily clinical care and ask questions about current options and treatment available to women. [...]

New group practice model promises better care for women of Castlemaine

By Ben Rodin|
2021-10-05T15:23:41+11:00
October 5th, 2021|

A shift to a midwifery group practice model in regional Victoria will provide continuity of care and help deliver a better birthing experience for local [...]

Study explores role of Army Medics trained as ‘soldier-nurses’ as part of the ‘War on Terror’

By ANMJ Staff|
2021-09-22T11:19:55+10:00
September 22nd, 2021|

New research has investigated the role of army medics, trained as both enrolled nurses and as soldiers, who live out a duality of roles while [...]

Training to support end of life nursing practice: End of Life Law for Clinicians

By Prof Patsy Yates, Dr Rachel Feeney, Ms Penny Neller, Prof Ben White, Prof Lindy Willmott and A/Prof Shih-Ning Then|
2021-09-22T08:57:44+10:00
September 14th, 2021|

Training to support end of life nursing practice: End of Life Law for Clinicians

Updated contraindications and precautionary advice for COVID-19 vaccines

By Micah DJ Peters PhD and Casey Marnie|
2021-09-13T13:32:58+10:00
September 13th, 2021|

Three safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are now being rolled out in Australia. In this article, we summarise the evidence and recommendations regarding contraindications and [...]

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