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The campaign (RN24/7) to keep the legal requirement for registered nurses round the clock in aged care in NSW continues. The state government’s ‘consultation process’ goes on and a decision will be announced in December – but that decision...
A new online-only open access journal focused on high-quality peer-reviewed research meaningful to those working in public health has recently been launched by the Sax Institute. Public Health Research & Practice is targeted at public health decision-makers and practitioners, as well...
The World Breastfeeding Week’s 25th year in 2017 starts today. WBW2017 celebrates working together for the common good, which produces sustainable results, greater than the sum of our individual efforts. Find WBW on Facebook. Download a beautiful poster for your workplace...
Last week, ex-policeman and provocateur Tim Priest wrote an opinion piece in the Daily Telegraph, in which he accused the NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association of being unconcerned about violence in the hospital system, instead being too busy with its anti-privatisation...
Tara Nipes is a registered nurse on a multiple medical specialty ward at one of Melbourne's most acute tertiary hospitals. In the first of three blog posts about assisted dying, Tara writes about why her experience as a nurse...
We need you to care about nurse-to-patient ratios this Mardi Gras season.
The NSW Nurses Association, along with Unions NSW and the Australian Red Cross Blood Service, is on a mini-tour of the North Coast this week to promote Unions for Transfusions, at a time of critical need. Blood stocks nationally...
"Our nurse-to-patient ratios campaign delivered funding for around 1,400 extra nurses for our Public Health System. Now, we need to attract nurses back into the system" -- Lamp Editorial by Brett Holmes. Organising for safe patient care was the theme...
Today we are continuing our investigation into Workplace Injury and Workers Compensation. The most common piece of advice we have from nurses who have personal experience with this is to always seek legal advice. Even if your case is in...