The ANMF National Policy Research Unit – the first five years

By Casey Marnie and Micah DJ Peters PhD|
December 18th, 2022|

Embedding high-quality research into nursing and midwifery is vital for delivering safe, effective healthcare. This is not only important in informing best practice, but having [...]

How disposable PPE is being recycled to make stronger concrete

By Nicole Foote Lenoir|
December 12th, 2022|

A new generation of nurses, midwives and carers have never practiced without wearing disposable PPE since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, research at [...]

Thermal imaging could detect chronic wounds during first home visit

By ANMJ Staff|
November 15th, 2022|

A thermal-imaging tool could enable nurses in the primary care setting to identify chronic wounds during a patient’s first in-home assessment. While thermal imaging has [...]

Call for more investment in nursing and midwifery-led research

By ANMJ Staff|
November 8th, 2022|

Nurses and midwives, the frontline workers across hospitals and communities, are well-positioned to lead research addressing clinical and health priorities. But there are serious inequities [...]

Safe sleeping program linked to reduction in infant deaths caused by suffocation

By ANMJ Staff|
November 4th, 2022|

A maternal and child health nurse-led program aimed at preventing infant deaths associated with suffocation has been linked to a 22% reduction in Queensland’s infant [...]

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