Researchers call for perinatal depression screening during pregnancy

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-08-18T13:44:37+10:00
August 18th, 2022|

Women who have experienced major depression throughout their lifetime are at greater risk of developing perinatal depression (PND) during pregnancy, a new study has found. [...]

Remote area nurses need more training and support on the job, study argues

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-08-17T16:22:07+10:00
August 17th, 2022|

Remote area nurses consider their clinical knowledge and skills insufficient for the generalist scope of work required to provide primary healthcare in remote settings, a [...]

Nurse-led techniques help reduce children’s vaccination and needle fear

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-08-13T14:44:45+10:00
August 12th, 2022|

Children’s vaccination and needle fear can be lowered when nurses spend additional time supporting them during the process, new research from the University of South [...]

Nurses saving lives through opioid overdose prevention: A pilot study

By Louise Durant, Hoiyan Karen Li, Jeremy Hayllar and Niall Higgins|
2022-06-21T14:21:39+10:00
August 10th, 2022|

In Queensland, take home Naloxone (THN) is available over the counter at pharmacies for a fee or with a prescription. However, financial and legal difficulties [...]

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