Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal2020-10-15T21:30:03+11:00
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NAIDOC Week celebrates First Nations Australians by acknowledging that it “Always Was, Always Will Be”

November 12th, 2020|

Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians across the country are celebrating NAIDOC Week, with around 200 official events scheduled to take place [...]

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In Practice View All

‘Where does the money go?’: Professor Joseph Ibrahim questions use of government funding in aged care

September 16th, 2020|In Practice|

“I don’t think anyone really knows,” responded leading aged care reform advocate Professor Joseph Ibrahim when asked how billions of [...]

Interviews View All

2110, 2020

Professor looks forward after being recognised as Australia’s leading nurse researcher

By Ben Rodin|Categories: Interviews|Tags: , |1 Comment

Professor Debra Jackson AO hopes being named Australia’s leading nurse researcher will help foster opportunities for the field’s emerging practitioners [...]

Justice & Action View All

The need for health workforce surge capacity highlighted in the latest issue of AJAN

By Kathryn Anderson|October 13th, 2020|Justice & Action|

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed great strain on the world’s health workforce. For health systems in many countries to respond [...]

Wellbeing View All

Researchers call for greater mental health support for aged care workers amid COVID-19 pandemic

By Ben Rodin|September 16th, 2020|Wellbeing|

With more than 1,700 confirmed cases of COVID within the state’s workforce and 163 outbreaks since the start of the [...]

‘They are hurting’: NMHPV throws support behind Victorian nurses, midwives and carers on R U OK? Day

By ANMJ Staff|September 10th, 2020|Latest News, Wellbeing|

The Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria (NMHPV) has encouraged Victorian nurses, midwives, carers and students experiencing anxiety, stress and [...]

Research & Innovation View All

Midwifery researcher calls for better processes in treatment of incontinence in pregnant and postnatal women

By Ben Rodin|October 29th, 2020|Featured, Latest News, Research & Innovation|

Midwifery researcher calls for better processes in treatment of incontinence in pregnant and postnatal women

Consumer and clinician led priority setting for quality use of medicines in people living with dementia

By ANMJ Staff|October 28th, 2020|Research & Innovation|

A team of researchers is seeking input on the areas that matter most for future research in the field of [...]