Guest post by US nurse Kathryn Norcutt.  During her time as a nurse Kathryn helped people from all walks of life and ages. Now she leads a much less hectic life and devotes most of her free time to...
Nursing leaders at South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) have developed the Australian-first Nursewell app to support self-care and wellbeing for nurses and midwives. They recognised the need for a practical, modern, efficient resource to support the professionals...
It's the last day of summer, which means the autumn flu season looms ahead of us. It was a particularly bad flu season in the US, officially reaching epidemic levels in January. Also in January, several nurses there were...
2018 Excellence in Nursing & Midwifery Awards – Winners and Finalist List Excellence in Nursing/Midwifery - Assistant in Nursing/Midwifery Winner Jacqueline Holden Royal North Shore Hospital Northern Sydney Local Health District Finalist Mamta Sharma Nepean Hospital Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District Finalist Hellen Davood Fairfield Hospital South Western Sydney Local Health...
Hot on Health is hot online. Its creator and star, primary health nurse Robbie Bedbrook, explains why he created it. The biggest lesson I have learned as a nurse, and as a person, is that there is no healthcare without...
Tried everything under the sun but still struggling to get in shape? Wade and Louise are nurses from Wollongong who have brought the Galloway Method to Australia which could be the answer for you. And it caters to ALL...
Nurse Uncut talks to Sandy Eagar RN, manager of the Nurse-Led Refugee Health Program, which kicked off in Sydney one year ago (in October 2012). The NSW Refugee Health Plan identified a need for a specialist health service for refugees...
Coreena Cruceanu is a 25-year-old Registered Nurse whose life turned on its axis when she contracted a Lyme-like illness during an overseas trip. The extensive lifestyle and dietary changes Coreena made to facilitate her recovery sparked a fascination with...
Liliana, of Sydney's inner west, was finishing her nursing degree when her GP noticed a lump in her right breast. Next week Nurse Uncut will have another post about a nursing student with cancer. Here's Liliana's story. “I took the...
Flustered at work? Finding you have no energy at the end of a shift? There are a few things you can do to help you relax and reduce burn out. 1 - Breathe             Short-staffed and too many patients to see? Just...