COVID: ‘Tightening the screws’ on existing workforce pressures

By Ben Rodin|
2022-01-20T15:54:15+11:00
January 20th, 2022|

An Australian nurse researcher and co-author of a new study looking at nursing workforce shortages during COVID-19 has said that the pandemic has exposed pre-existing [...]

Campaign finale spearheads empowerment for ongoing development in nursing and midwifery

By Kathryn Anderson|
2021-06-02T07:49:20+10:00
May 28th, 2021|

Campaign finale spearheads empowerment for ongoing development in nursing and midwifery

Research study: Nurses’ and midwives’ roles in keeping children safe from abuse and neglect (safeguarding)

By ANMJ contributor|
2021-05-14T08:52:21+10:00
May 14th, 2021|

A team of nursing researchers are seeking midwives and registered nurses working with children to participate in an online survey about how they keep children [...]

Virtual reality in nursing and midwifery

By Natalie Dragon|
2018-10-24T13:15:33+11:00
October 22nd, 2018|

University of Newcastle researchers are leading the world in ground-breaking virtual reality (VR) technology in the nursing and midwifery curriculum. The world-first technology was presented [...]

NSW nurses and midwives demand mandated nurse to patient ratios

By Natalie Dragon|
2018-08-02T10:13:04+10:00
July 31st, 2018|

The NSW Health Minister was grilled on safe staffing by the state’s nurses and midwives at their union’s annual delegates’ conference last week. It came [...]