Leading the Way: How nurse-led models of care are reshaping healthcare: Why nurse-led?

By Robert Fedele|
September 21st, 2020|

Nurses working in nurse-led models of care undertake comprehensive assessment, provide timely person-centred care, opportunistic education and support, continuity of care and link patients to [...]

‘Where does the money go?’: Professor Joseph Ibrahim questions use of government funding in aged care

By Robert Fedele|
September 16th, 2020|

“I don’t think anyone really knows,” responded leading aged care reform advocate Professor Joseph Ibrahim when asked how billions of dollars of federal government funding [...]

Wounds Australia opens up its resources to health professionals during Wound Awareness Week

By ANMJ Staff|
August 17th, 2020|

Wounds Australia is opening up its resources and expertise to all clinicians to help improve their chronic wound knowledge and care during Wound Awareness Week [...]

New latent blood warmer could prevent hypothermia caused by transfusions in emergencies

By ANMJ contributor|
July 22nd, 2020|

The risk of hypothermia when transfusing during trauma situations could be prevented thanks to a simple, one-piece, disposable latent heat fluid warmer developed by Flinders [...]

Think before you send: Professional conduct and online communication

By Kristen Wischer, ANMF Senior Federal Industrial Officer|
July 8th, 2020|

Health practitioners, nurses and midwives are bound by a code of conduct and professional standards. In addition, many workplaces will have policies setting out the [...]

A family’s foster care journey and how it changed their lives forever

By Sponsored|
July 8th, 2020|

Molly* and her husband Joe* never really considered becoming foster carers. Already parents to four biological children, it wasn’t something they knew or thought much [...]

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