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Audrey J. Cole is the pen name for Audrey Pflugrath, a registered nurse and writer of thrillers set in Seattle, US. Although born and raised in the Seattle area, Audrey now lives with her husband and daughter in Port...
'I’m a quadruple amputee. Four years ago, I wasn’t. Needless to say, there is quite a story that fills in the gap', writes Mandy McCracken. This article was originally published on the Doctus Project. Read the original article here. Group A...
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...
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...
What Helen has learnt: "I have learnt that the term ‘refugee’ is a dirty label that strips people of their identity. I have learnt that when a natural disaster happens the whole world turns up to help in full...
Zecca Renno RN, originally from Brazil, entered his portrait of work colleague Dr Jason Wenderoth in this year's Archibald Prize. Competition is stiff - there were 830 entries into this year's Archibald at the Art Gallery of NSW. Zecco wasn't...
Last October a Mental Health RN who lives in the Blue Mountains wrote about her bushfire experience for Nurse Uncut. Now, a year later, she gives us a photo essay on changes since the fire. She writes: “I don’t have a fancy...
Did you catch Kerry Rodgers, in her NSWNMA scrubs, questioning Treasurer Joe Hockey on the post-Budget Q+A a few weeks ago? Kerry's appearance on the popular ABC current affairs program went viral. Now we've interviewed Kerry at more length -...
In 1983, a young Australian nurse named Helen McCue, a committed member of the then Australian Nursing Federation, was working as a nurse educator with the World Health Organisation in the Middle East. Returning to Australia later that year, she...
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...

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