Project Title: Stressors and coping strategies for emergency department nurses in New South Wales of Australia Project Summary: You are invited to participate in a research study being conducted by Ali Alomari, Master of Research Student at Western Sydney University, under the...
NSW Emergency Departments aren't coping with increased demand.
We need you to care about nurse-to-patient ratios this Mardi Gras season.
The 2018 NSWNMA Award claim regarding nurse to patient ratios, including Clinical Nurse Educators (CNE) for every shift, can’t come quickly enough for the Emergency Room Nurses at Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital (SHSEH). The Emergency Room nurses have...
The facts are clear. The Newcastle Solution has been an outstanding success. NSW BOCSR figures between 2000 and 2015 show a dramatic 64% drop in non-domestic assaults in Newcastle. We have avoided 6,000 serious assaults and injuries and we have...
My name is Dr Tracey Giles and I am a nursing academic at Flinders University. I am currently leading a research team to investigate nurses’ and doctors’ perceptions and experiences when providing end-of-life care in Australian emergency department settings. The...
Angie Gittus and Bronwen Griffiths from northern NSW recently flew to Kiribati in the Pacific to provide education and support to the nurses working in the Emergency Department at the Tungaru Central Hospital, Tarawa. Here's Angie's diary. Day 1 - Arrival: Thursday...
Seeking current and former emergency service professionals - including ED nurses - to participate in the Emergency Service Professionals Research Project being conducted by the Institute of Resilient Regions at the University of Southern Queensland. They want to hear from current...
On September 10th the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) hosted a sold out education forum for mental health and drug and alcohol nurses to discuss the prevalence of methamphetamine or ‘ice’ in NSW. The Ice – where to from...
As a nurse or midwife, how do you cope with witnessing trauma and traumatised people? That's the question Antonia asks today, seeking advice from other nurses. Please leave your thoughts in the comments. Antonia writes: I spent 13 hours in ED...