People with disabilities at high risk of COVID-19 prompts management and operational plan

By ANMJ Staff|
2020-07-17T13:55:19+10:00
July 17th, 2020|

Risks and challenges facing people with disability from COVID-19 have prompted a COVID-19 Management and Operational Plan for People with Disability, which was endorsed by [...]

Nurses and midwives from Australia and New Zealand pay tribute to colleagues around the world who lost their lives fighting COVID-19

By Kathryn Anderson|
2020-05-13T15:18:01+10:00
May 13th, 2020|

More than a hundred nurses and midwives from across Australia and New Zealand joined an online vigil last night in honour of their colleagues from [...]

Federal government shifts gears on elective surgery with gradual restart from next Monday

By ANMJ Staff|
2020-04-22T13:43:07+10:00
April 22nd, 2020|

The federal government has lowered its restrictions on elective surgery as part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a gradual restart of [...]

Reducing antipsychotics is a ‘blunt instrument’

By Ben Rodin|
2020-03-11T09:19:23+11:00
March 6th, 2020|

An experienced nurse practitioner labelled the potential reduction in the use of antipsychotic medication a “blunt instrument” for dying patients suffering from dementia during a [...]

The importance of nutrition for maternal health in Kenya

By Celia Boyd and Gabriella Ocenasek|
2020-01-29T09:34:32+11:00
January 24th, 2020|

Many women in Odede, Kenya, suffer from malnutrition which not only impacts on their own health, particularly through pregnancy, but also on the health of [...]

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