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Nursing - Midwifery

Midwife Terrin Illingworth reckons Berejiklian's baby bundles all about buying votes this election.
Burnout is seriously affecting our nursing and midwifery workforce, putting themselves and their patients at risk.
NSW maternity units are in crisis, with many facing mass shortages of midwifery staff, which is potentially putting babies and mothers at risk.
Midwives should be proud of the role they have played in protecting women throughout history.
PANDA Week (November 11-17) was established by Perinatal Anxiety And Depression Australia in 2005 to increase the community’s understanding of perinatal mental illness and to reduce stigma. Nurses and midwives work so closely with expecting and new parents and can...
AHPRA data shows that NSW midwives typically work 22 hours per week. If you work in the public health system, please share your thoughts about midwives’ working hours. Just 3 minutes of your time will help us advocate for...
A study published in the British Medical Journal Open reports that midwifery patients were 41 per cent less likely to have a small-for-gestational-age baby compared to patients of obstetricians. This article was originally published in The Conversation. Women who are marginalized...
Ever wonder how some things don’t ever change despite obvious issues? Here’s one midwife who took a 20 year career break only to return to many of the same problems they worked through before: I had a 20 year break...
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned the following article contains images of deceased persons. There are quite a few nurses and midwives who have huge impacts on the lives of those around them and our professions in...
Dr Peter Locke and his wife Carolyn (midwife) took a large group of volunteers to Africa earlier in 2017 to support communities and change lives with their medical and midwifery skills. Now they've created Globalinks Medical Foundation to continue...