Nurse Uncut is pleased to team with Southern Cross Cultural Exchange (SCCE) to offer an international cultural exchange scholarship for high school students who belong to a health professional's family. SCCE is Australia’s oldest and largest student exchange organisation which has...
The NSWNMA is proud to introduce The Shift, our new series of thought-provoking podcasts. We start our series with speakers from Professional Day. The Shift is also available on itunes. Associate Professor Thomas Gottlieb talks about the increase of antibiotic resistance, at...
Nurse Teach Reach is a unique organisation - Australian nurses reaching out internationally to help train and support other nurses. Lucy Rowe, a Neurosurgical Intensive Care nurse, formed Nurse Teach Reach after a working holiday in Nepal. Here, Lucy tells...
Michelle Parker-Tomlin, a PhD candidate in clinical psychology, seeks your help with her research into inter-professional collaborative decision-making. Michelle writes: I am currently a provisional psychologist and PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Griffith University.  My research focus is clinical decision-making...
Did you see last night's Four Corners on the decline of academic standards - including in nursing degrees - in Australian universities? The program exposed mass plagiarism, 'soft marking' and the bribery of academics as common in Australia's higher education sector,...
Midwifery and public health researchers from the University of Technology Sydney have led Australia's first study of the obstetric outcomes for women with female genital mutilation (FGM) and its impact on their babies. Conducted in collaboration with colleagues from the...
Applications are now open for the 2015 Bob Fenwick Memorial Mentoring Grants Program, which aims to encourage experienced mental health nurses to mentor their less experienced colleagues. Bob Fenwick was a mental health nurse who is warmly remembered for the passionate...
Coral Levett writes: Some of you may have heard of the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet - an innovative web resource that is helping to ‘close the gap’ between the health of indigenous and other Australians by providing the evidence base...
Jesse Spurr is a Nurse Educator for Medical Emergency Response at Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital. Jesse has a blog called Injectable Orange and is active on Twitter under the handle @Inject_Orange. Today he tells Nurse Uncut about using the Twitter hashtag...
Today we have a question about further education for a nurse who wants to follow a specific career path. Please help her out with advice. Elizabeth asks: I am a registered nurse in Brisbane who has been working in the...