New culturally safe resources for First Nations women on polycystic ovary syndrome

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-11-04T10:11:04+11:00
November 4th, 2022|

New culturally safe resources on periods and polycystic ovary syndrome are now available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and healthcare professionals. The brochures, [...]

These boots are made for walking: Looking beyond the risk factors for lower limb amputations in patients with diabetes

By Marcelle Ben chmo, Lisa Matricciani, Saravana Kumar and Kristin Graham|
2022-09-26T11:37:28+10:00
October 25th, 2022|

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a growing health concern that causes considerable morbidity and mortality.1,2 Lower extremity amputations (LEAs) are amongst the most serious [...]

‘Insider knowledge’ helps midwives get the maternity care and birth outcomes they want

By Robert Fedele|
2022-09-21T12:17:49+10:00
October 20th, 2022|

Midwives’ professional experience, insider knowledge and ability to draw on colleagues and friends for support and care can help them get the maternity care and [...]

NEW accredited eLearning to optimally support your patients after an ACS event

By Sponsored|
2022-10-04T15:58:45+11:00
October 12th, 2022|

Introducing the Heart Foundation Six Steps to Cardiac Recovery e-learning module, designed to support nurses and facilitate effective bedside education after an acute coronary syndrome [...]

International outlook, local action: What is the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals project?

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-10-07T16:19:49+11:00
October 7th, 2022|

After the disastrous 2019-20 bushfire season and recent flooding in NSW, Australia’s nurses and midwives know all too well that climate disaster creates a significant [...]

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