Want to get a sneak peek into the questions you’ll likely to get in your interviews? Here are the 3 types of questions we reckon you should be prepared to answer! Skills and knowledge-based questions Potentially the most straight-forward of...
Are you ready for your New Grad Interview? Whether you’re interviewing for the public system or a private health provider, here is Nurse Uncut’s top tips. Arrive with plenty of time before your interview Punctuality is key for any job...
This article from an American blog, RealCareGivers, provides 8 ways that you can enhance patient safety. What are your top tips? Nurses work on the front lines of patient care, constantly interacting with their charges. This position makes them uniquely poised...
The Victorian Labor Government has announced that they will be buying back Mildura Base Hospital, after 21 years of being in private hands. The regional hospital was sold to private hands in 1998 by the Kennett Liberal Government, and has...
The hearings at the aged care royal commission in Brisbane looked at regulation in aged care. While rules and regulations are designed to safeguard residents, bureaucratic “red tape” also contributes to the failings in aged care. The fear among nursing...
Costco is celebrating all emergency and medical personnel, including nurses and midwives, during Heroes Hour this month. Saturday 31st August doors open an hour early for an exclusive shopping hour. Nurses and midwives can join Costco as a new member and...
Climate change is one of the biggest problems facing the world and it isn’t being addressed quickly enough. The young people have shown strong leadership in demanding action from our politicians. They are fighting for a better future which is why...
Joannah Luetjens, Michael Mintrom and Paul 't Hart analyse what makes for successful Government policy.  In the lead up to the recent federal election, there was plenty of negative rhetoric about current policy settings. Piecing together the various messages, it...
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a highly stigmatised and misunderstood condition. Australians with BPD face considerable barriers to accessing high-quality and affordable care, according to new research published today. For every 100 patients we treat in inpatient psychiatric wards, 43...
While the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has made incredible improvements to the lives of many Australians living with disabilities, not everyone is benefiting from the scheme in the same way. Our review, published recently in journal BMC Public Health,...