‘You might have five or six buzzers going at a time’: Aged care AIN calls out government for abandoning sector

By Robert Fedele|
2022-04-07T16:48:34+10:00
April 8th, 2022|

A year on from the Aged Care Royal Commission’s damning final report, the Morrison Government has failed to take action to fix the embattled sector, [...]

How Kristian’s move to South Australia lead to an award-winning nursing career

By Sponsored|
2022-03-25T14:00:32+11:00
March 25th, 2022|

After making the move to South Australia from the United Kingdom in 2008, Kristian Sanchez has moved mountains in his career with SA Health, bolstering [...]

New ICN president optimistic about collective power of nursing workforce during demanding times

By Ben Rodin|
2022-02-12T12:00:45+11:00
March 16th, 2022|

The newly elected President of the International Council of Nurses (ICN), Dr Pamela Cipriano, has arrived in the role at a time when the demands [...]

Nurse Researcher, inducted into Sigma International Hall of Fame, focuses on evidence-based models of care

By Ben Rodin|
2021-10-28T13:05:13+11:00
January 10th, 2022|

To an untrained eye, it can seem paperwork and referencing systems that fuel health research are significantly removed from the hustle and bustle of clinical [...]

Optimising palliative care for people in acute care settings through innovative research

By Ben Rodin|
2021-12-15T08:25:38+11:00
December 13th, 2021|

Optimising palliative care for people in acute care settings through innovative research

Meet Sye Hodgman, the QNMU’s First Nations Strategy, Policy and Research Officer

By Ben Rodin|
2021-10-28T18:32:54+11:00
November 16th, 2021|

For Sye Hodgman, a Trawlwoolway Palawa-Pakana nurse, his direct engagement with the Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union’s (QNMU ANMF QLD Branch) First Nations Branch means [...]

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