Scholarships open: Tuesday 29 May 2018 Scholarships close: 5pm (AEST) Sunday 24 June 2018 Successful applicants announced: Thursday 12 July 2018 The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA), HESTA Australia and the Lowitja Institute are proud to announce that applications for the...
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) is once again offering The Joan Hardy Scholarship for students studying nursing. The Joan Hardy Scholarship is available for any student undertaking a study of nurses, nursing culture or practices, or historical aspects of nursing as...
An e-module to help nurses and midwives develop their skills in communicating risks and benefits with their patients has been made freely available from the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare. The module, Helping Patients Make Informed Decisions:...
Mariel Rufina Tan worked fulltime through her Nursing degree and is now doing postgrad study while also working fulltime as an RN. She has some valuable advice for other working students. Mariel : Some students choose not to work while...
Are you a nurse or midwife who regularly sees pregnant women or has an interest in nutrition?  Researchers at the University of Wollongong have developed an online learning course to educate health professionals about nutrition knowledge during pregnancy. We are...
Kathy, a final year nursing student, worked as an AIN (assistant in nursing) to make ends meet. But she discovered that she was treated very differently when she worked for an agency compared to working for public health. Her...
Angie Gittus and Bronwen Griffiths from northern NSW recently flew to Kiribati in the Pacific to provide education and support to the nurses working in the Emergency Department at the Tungaru Central Hospital, Tarawa. Here's Angie's diary. Day 1 - Arrival: Thursday...
The debate between those who advocate for hospital training versus university training still goes on. However, being cared for by a nurse with a degree increases your chances of leaving hospital alive, according to research by Roger Watson, Professor of Nursing...
Covering a range of topics by some of Australia’s most influential nursing and midwifery professionals, while giving you up to 14 hours of your annual CPD requirements, the Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference is not to be missed. And there's...
Chinese medicine in Australia: Evidence, research and practice - a professional education seminar on Saturday 25 June. Bringing together general practitioners, medical specialists and allied health practitioners, this one day seminar will discuss Chinese medicine practice, philosophy, traditional and scientific...