Transitioning to the Australian nursing workforce: Perceptions and experiences of international nursing students and new graduates

By ANMJ Staff|
November 23rd, 2020|

Researchers from the University of South Australia want to hear from international nursing students about the experiences of their final-year transition from undergraduate study at [...]

Socially distanced nursing and midwifery simulation during the COVID-19 pandemic

By Jo McDonall, Lauren McTier and Nicole M (Nikki) Phillips|
November 2nd, 2020|

Socially distanced nursing and midwifery simulation during the COVID-19 pandemic

Person-centred nursing education during isolation

By Rebekkah Middleton|
October 27th, 2020|

Person-centred nursing education, and curricula, value the voice of all involved – academics, students, industry, clinical facilitators, people receiving care. Only by embedding person-centred practice, [...]

Large scale digital innovation in South Australian student nursing and midwifery programs

By Angela Brown and Naomi Rooney|
October 14th, 2020|

South Australian nursing and midwifery students have spent the last twelve months transitioning to online monitoring of their clinical experiences at the University of South [...]

Final-year undergraduate nursing students’ perceptions of general practice as a career path

By Kaara Calma, Elizabeth Halcomb, Anna Williams and Susan McInnes|
October 10th, 2020|

Health systems that have strong primary healthcare (PHC) have lower rates of hospitalisations and overall better health outcomes. This realisation has increased demands on building [...]

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