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 [...]

More than half of Australian aged care facilities have ‘unacceptable’ staffing levels compared to US

2020-03-10T10:43:09+11:00
March 10th, 2020|

Nearly 60% of Australian aged care facilities have poorer staffing levels compared to the USA’s guidelines for aged care practice, according to a researcher from [...]

The future of chronic disease management is here…we just need to fund it

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2019-04-04T09:34:46+11:00
May 14th, 2019|

Across Australia there are small populations of chronically unwell people who are using Telehealth Home Monitoring Service to support them in the home to improve [...]

Aboriginal healers treat patients in SA hospitals

2019-05-13T12:04:03+10:00
May 7th, 2019|

Aboriginal traditional healers are working alongside health professionals in Adelaide hospitals to treat patients’ physical, emotional and cultural health and wellbeing. The Northern Adelaide Local [...]

Work environment impacts job performance

2018-08-21T15:33:40+10:00
August 17th, 2018|

On-the-job training and performance is significantly impacted by the work environment in hospitals, research shows. Charles Sturt University research analysed work environment, attitude towards organisational [...]

The therapeutic lie: a reflectice account illustrating the potential benefits when nursing an elderly confused patient

2018-07-04T16:39:03+10:00
May 20th, 2018|

Situation: The circumstances involved an extremely anxious, frustrated and distressed man named John, with a severe cognitive impairment. John was an inpatient on a dementia [...]

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