Better access to specialist services
Online video consulting is a new way forward for rural health that’s dispensing with the need for people to travel long distances. By Susan Currie
Nurses not taking up vaccinations
Despite risk of exposure to influenza and other infectious diseases, vaccine take-up rates among health professionals remains dangerously low. By Amie Larter
Helping parents of pre-term babies to cope
The trauma of preterm delivery on the family unit cannot be underestimated. By Trudi Mannix
SA nurses campaign via social media
Nurses and midwives in South Australia are turning to Facebook in a bid to capture the attention of State Treasurer, Jay Weatherill. By Amie Larter
Nurses knock back ‘substandard’ Mater offer
Nurses and midwives at the Mater Public Hospital in Brisbane have overwhelmingly rejected an attempt to implement nurse and midwife employment conditions that are inferior to Queensland Health employment arrangements.
Survival was worth the effort
A nurse responds to the article 'Anorexics force legal decision' (Nursing Review, page 36, February).
Healing the wound care crisis
Better management of wound care could generate significant savings as budgets come under increasing pressure. By Aileen Macalintal
Lessons from the sad case of Joshua Plumb
Who's my patient? Who am I responsible for? When should I request help? Sound familiar? By Scott Trueman
What is a climate-friendly hospital?
Hospitals are responding to climate change, but many nurses still don't understand the issue. By Teresa Lewis
'Virtual visit' project wins ICT award
A 'virtual visit' telehealth project has won the Outstanding ICT Innovation award in the Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2013.
NT indigenous nursing cadet all for improving lives
An indigenous nursing cadet looks forward to making a difference in the health of the people of Kalkaringi in the Northern Territory.