Family comes first for changing face of student nurse, study finds

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-10-04T16:37:33+11:00
October 4th, 2022|

With the average age of Australian female nursing students on the rise, family responsibilities and other life commitments are regularly taking precedence over course education, [...]

‘I didn’t think she was going to survive’: Pituitary Awareness Month 2022

By Robert Fedele|
2022-09-30T15:15:48+10:00
October 1st, 2022|

Just six weeks after giving birth to her first child, Ruby, Marla Cawthorne and her partner Aroon spent 17 hours in the emergency department of [...]

Everyone deserves to feel safe at work- Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Bill introduced to Parliament

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-09-29T15:43:34+10:00
September 29th, 2022|

An anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Bill 2022, was introduced by the Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus in Parliament this week. The Bill [...]

Climate change and air pollution responsible annually for 7 million deaths from cardiovascular disease

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-09-29T16:07:41+10:00
September 29th, 2022|

World Heart Day is celebrated each year on 29 September to raise awareness and mobilise international action against cardiovascular disease (CVD). Acknowledging the day the [...]

QNMU members identify how to make nursing and midwifery more enticing

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-09-27T14:01:54+10:00
September 27th, 2022|

Queensland nurses and midwives have identified dangerous workloads, moral distress or fatigue and insufficient income as the key barriers to recruiting and retaining workforce as [...]

SA nurse and midwifery graduates set to benefit from new support initiative

By ANMJ Staff|
2022-09-27T12:23:59+10:00
September 27th, 2022|

For the first time, South Australian graduate nurses and midwives will be able to work directly with a mentor as part of their Transition to [...]

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