The impact of codeine rescheduling on rural and remote

By Robert Fedele|
June 8th, 2018|

Rural and remote health practitioners are being primed to offer alternative treatments to opiate codeine to consumers after the drug became prescription-only earlier this year. [...]

Building resilience in health providers working remote

By Cathy Beadnell|
June 3rd, 2018|

A nation-wide support service for remote area health workers is the ‘best job in the world’ according to senior clinical psychologist Dr Annmaree Wilson. Dr [...]

Multidisciplinary teams: Understanding GP clinical practice in the end of life care

By John Rosenberg|
May 20th, 2018|

Despite most deaths taking place in hospitals, the bulk of palliative and end of life care (PEoLC) is given in primary care settings, such as [...]

Why are we still reluctant to talk about end of life care?

By Vicki Cope|
May 20th, 2018|

Quality end–of–life care (EOLC) and decision making has been prominent in the literature over recent years with EOLC having a significant bearing on the process [...]

The therapeutic lie: a reflectice account illustrating the potential benefits when nursing an elderly confused patient

By Tom Moncur and Andrew Lovell|
May 20th, 2018|

Situation: The circumstances involved an extremely anxious, frustrated and distressed man named John, with a severe cognitive impairment. John was an inpatient on a dementia [...]

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