‘Too important not to get right’: National plan for artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare launched

By Robert Fedele|
November 24th, 2023|

The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) is too big to ignore and, for healthcare, too important not to get right, according to leading digital health [...]

Survey aims to improve legal response to occupational violence

By ANMJ Staff|
November 16th, 2023|

A survey addressing workplace occupational violence aims to clarify what discourages nurses from reporting incidents to legal authorities, according to the nurse researcher leading the [...]

One in four primary healthcare nurses considering leaving the sector

By ANMJ Staff|
November 14th, 2023|

Three-quarter of nurses working in primary healthcare (PHC) feel stressed and burnt out at work, while one in four nurses are contemplating leaving their job [...]

Suffering in silence: The reality of elder abuse

By Jarrod Clarke and Dr Micah DJ Peters|
October 2nd, 2023|

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines elder abuse as “a single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there [...]

Social media drives rise in cosmetic surgery as industry faces further reforms

By Natalie Dragon|
September 27th, 2023|

Young women who regularly engage with social media are excessively self-judgemental and more likely to consider cosmetic surgery - with the number of cosmetic procedures [...]

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