Continence nursing offers opportunities for autonomy and direct client feedback

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2022-07-21T07:57:36+10:00
July 21st, 2022|

Janie Thompson, a continence nurse and Clinical Services Manager at the Continence Foundation of Australia, has spent more than two decades working as a continence [...]

Professional Standards – what are they why do nurses and midwives need to adhere to them

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2022-04-29T16:40:11+10:00
July 18th, 2022|

The Nursing and Midwifery Board’s (NMBA) professional standards are guidelines for all nurses and midwives to practise within Australia. A part of the Australian Health [...]

Understanding the role of a Mental Health Consultation-Liaison Nurse

2021-12-18T13:31:28+11:00
February 22nd, 2022|

For Julie Sharrock, the lasting memory of being a Victorian Mental Health Consultation-Liaison (CL) Nurse, is about the exchanges she had with her patients encountering [...]

From simulation to mentorship: Tips on how to manage students and graduates

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2021-12-18T13:18:32+11:00
January 28th, 2022|

James Cook University lecturer, Associate Professor John Smithson, who has delivered several research projects on simulation within nursing and pharmaceutical education, says that modelling good [...]

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