Calls for healthcare equality for First Nation Peoples in Victorian prisons

By ANMJ Staff|
July 8th, 2022|

The necessity for better prisoner healthcare for First Nation’s People was the centre of a discussion as part of NAIDOC week, this week. The webinar, [...]

Wounds Australia opens up its resources to health professionals during Wound Awareness Week

By ANMJ Staff|
August 17th, 2020|

Wounds Australia is opening up its resources and expertise to all clinicians to help improve their chronic wound knowledge and care during Wound Awareness Week [...]

Essential PBS medicines without prescription now accessible to people in VIC, ACT and NSW affected by bushfires

By ANMJ Staff|
January 10th, 2020|

The Victorian, NSW and ACT governments has initiated a public health emergency order to ensure people affected by bushfires can access essential medicines without prescription. Under [...]

State governments initiate mental health measures during bushfire crisis

By ANMJ Staff|
January 10th, 2020|

New South Wales and South Australian governments have announced mental health initiatives to support those suffering from the bushfire crisis. The NSW government will deploy [...]

Nurse-led care coordination service: engaging stakeholders for continuity of care

By Kate Davis|
October 8th, 2018|

To engage parties from both the primary and tertiary healthcare sectors with an interest in the management and care of people living with multimorbidity (MM), [...]