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Five of My Life: Podcaster Nigel Marsh unearths the stories of everyday nurses and midwives

‘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

Q&A: Australian College of Nurse Practitioners President Melanie Dunstan

Nursing has opened numerous doors for Melanie Dunstan throughout her career. But it was becoming a nurse practitioner that truly enabled her to deliver the greatest amount of care to clients, particularly reducing delays and

How the Northern Territory trailblazed Australia’s voluntary assisted dying laws

In 1995, the Northern Territory made history by becoming the first place in the world to legalise voluntary assisted dying after a private member’s Bill, championed by then Chief Minister Marshall Perron, secured a 15-10

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