Burden of disease experiences by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people improves

By ANMJ Staff|
2021-10-06T13:16:55+11:00
October 7th, 2021|

The rate of healthy years of life lost due to living with illness or injury and premature death for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people [...]

Study: Reflection as a learning strategy for the training of nurses in clinical settings

By Robert Fedele|
2021-09-22T11:49:22+10:00
September 22nd, 2021|

Interventions, tools, approaches and the measurement of nurses’ reflection in clinical settings are highly varied, a new paper has found. Reflection is a formal process [...]

New study pinpoints the need for better workplace safety for RANs

By ANMJ Staff|
2021-09-22T09:06:39+10:00
September 21st, 2021|

Improvements to workplace safety for nurses working in regional and remote areas are urgently needed according to a new study. The literature review undertaken by [...]

Electronic Medical Record (EMR) study reveals divide between nursing and medical professions

By ANMJ Staff|
2021-09-08T07:58:54+10:00
September 1st, 2021|

Electronic Medical Record (EMR) study reveals divide between nursing and medical professions

Premature babies who taste and smell milk during tube feeding may help their brain growth

By ANMJ Staff|
2021-08-18T08:03:47+10:00
August 11th, 2021|

Premature babies who taste and smell milk during tube feeding may help their brain growth

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