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Nurses are being called on to stay up-to-date with the latest in wound care and prevention to help reduce the impact of Australia’s ‘hidden affliction’ of chronic wounds. Wounds Australia is highlighting the central role that nurses play in the...
Nurse Libby Barnes from the NSW Nurses and Midwives Association's Lismore Branch gives her 4 tips for starting a greening program at your hospital. Do an audit before you start Get evidence-based research on what needs to be done                   2. Make...
Aboriginal nursing and midwifery cadetships have transformed the lives of indigenous nurses and patients alike. Midwife Leona McGrath first had an inkling she might like to become a nurse when she was a young girl and saw her sister give birth...
Midwife, nurse and new mum O'Bray Smith knows where the Liberals and Nationals can shove their new baby hamper. What is the price of a vote? Hopefully not $160 worth of baby goods to new parents. Do not fear new mothers,...
The purpose of this research/online survey is to find out about the experiences of NSW nurses and midwives with violence from patients and/or their friends and relatives at work. This research represents a joint project with the NSW Nurses...
Life never quite takes the trajectory that we expect it to. Nurse Rachel shares her story about going from budding film-maker to newly qualified Registered Nurse in Outback Australia. According to my 16-year-old self, I am supposed to be a...
Are you a nurse working in a small rural hospital? We are looking for RNs, RN/RMs and EENs to complete a short online survey and take part in online interviews. The study is part of a PhD being undertaken...
One year. 365 days. An orbit around the sun. However, you look at it, another year has passed and somehow, it’s that time again – tax time. At Nurses & Midwives Health, we know you’re always busy looking after others...
This International Refugee Week, NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association General Secretary Brett Holmes writes about why nurses and midwives are standing up for the rights of those seeking asylum on our shores. As nurses and midwives, we believe the health...
Alice Suttie writes about nursing in a new geological epoch: the Anthropocene. Fires, floods, hurricanes and cyclones, spread of new diseases, drought, water access issues, new diseases, food shortages, heatwaves, rising sea-levels…welcome to nursing in the Anthropocene. Last year, at the...

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