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‘We were all stuffed’: Spike in drinking during COVID-19 among working mums

New studies by La Trobe University have lifted the lid on the impact of additional responsibilities women assumed by ‘default’ during the COVID-19 pandemic, including a worrying spike in drinking among working mothers. Participants noted

Research explores RNs’ and NPs’ willingness to participate in Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD)

Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) is now a legal end-of-life option in most parts of Australia. The role of registered nurses and nurse practitioners in this practice varies between states and territories and, as VAD is

Australian-first research centre for cancer survivors aims to revolutionise care

A new research centre focused on improving the care and wellbeing of cancer survivors through evidence-based interventions will be established as part of a 10-year partnership between UNSW Sydney and Cancer Council NSW (CCNSW). The

‘Delivered by women, led by men’: Female nurses face major barriers to advance into leadership roles

Female nurses aren’t getting the same opportunities to advance into leadership roles as men, a Monash University study has found. Comprehensively reviewing decades of data, researchers identified the collective sociocultural, professional, organisational, and individual barriers

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