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Still nursing at 83, Rosemary remains a staunch union member

Why nurses and midwives need to get political

In the early days of her career, Juliane Samara often heard people suggest that nurses shouldn’t engage in politics. She never shared the view and, over the past two decades, has regularly spoken up to

‘You’re not alone’: Nurses open up on battle with Long COVID

A year ago, RN Bronwyn led an active and outgoing lifestyle, even captaining her local footy team. Then, Long COVID struck.

‘Plan for the worst, hope for the best’: Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner on matters of life and death

As a young nurse working in oncology, Peter Jenkin began to question the often “futile treatment” given to patients and the lack of informed decision-making. Something inside him clicked, setting him on a path into

Queensland’s inaugural First Nations Midwifery Director driving the change towards culturally safe care

Proud Gurindji woman and midwife Melina Connors has recently been appointed Queensland’s inaugural First Nations Midwifery Director, a historic first not only for Queensland, but for all of Australia. She talks with the ANMJ for

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