Study: Reflection as a learning strategy for the training of nurses in clinical settings

By Robert Fedele|
September 22nd, 2021|

Interventions, tools, approaches and the measurement of nurses’ reflection in clinical settings are highly varied, a new paper has found. Reflection is a formal process [...]

Study explores role of Army Medics trained as ‘soldier-nurses’ as part of the ‘War on Terror’

By ANMJ Staff|
September 22nd, 2021|

New research has investigated the role of army medics, trained as both enrolled nurses and as soldiers, who live out a duality of roles while [...]

New study pinpoints the need for better workplace safety for RANs

By ANMJ Staff|
September 21st, 2021|

Improvements to workplace safety for nurses working in regional and remote areas are urgently needed according to a new study. The literature review undertaken by [...]

Antimicrobial use on the decline yet still a major threat, report finds

By ANMJ Staff|
August 27th, 2021|

Despite antimicrobial use in the community continuing to fall, overprescribing and inappropriate prescribing remains an ongoing threat that is fuelling antimicrobial resistance to commonly prescribed [...]

Australians spend more on musculoskeletal injuries than any other healthcare issue

By ANMJ Staff|
August 25th, 2021|

Australians are spending more money treating musculoskeletal injuries than “any other condition, disease or injury,” a new report from the Australian Institute of Health and [...]

Turning research into practice: Improving the lives of those living with dementia

By Ben Rodin|
August 23rd, 2021|

Sydney University Professor and nurse researcher on dementia and gerontology Yun-Hee Jeon has helped improve clinical care for those living with dementia. Professor Jeon says [...]

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