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Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing

The journal contains peer reviewed articles relevant to nurses and midwives.

In this issue read about Early career nurses’ self-reported influences and drawbacks for undertaking a rural graduate nursing program –

Find out about, The impact of breathing exercises in patients who had open heart operation on respiratory function and exercise tolerance –

Other research articles include, Qualitative research into study preparation recommendations to facilitate role adaptation as a student nurse – and Developing as a person: How international educational programs transform nurses and midwives –

Reviews and discussion papers details Barriers and facilitators to the professional integration of internationally qualified nurses in Australia: a mixed methods systematic review –

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