May 2013 - Breaking News
The government has chosen to take the "responsible" course to delay the return to surplus in order to “support jobs and growth in an uncertain world”. By Amie Larter
With a rise in antibiotic resistance, a crisis in chronic wound management has been averted with a new treatment. By Aileen Macalintal
A Canadian nurse, trained in travel health, has built a career on specialist counselling about vaccines, avoiding tropical disease and illness.
Professor Phillip Della, head of School of Nursing & Midwifery at Curtin University talks to Aileen Macalintal about his vision for Australia’s nurses.
Over 4000 nurses have descended on Melbourne for the ICN 25th Quadrennial Congress
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
Despite risk of exposure to influenza and other infectious diseases, vaccine take-up rates among health professionals remains dangerously low. By Amie Larter
The trauma of preterm delivery on the family unit cannot be underestimated. By Trudi Mannix
April 2013 - Breaking News
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 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.
A nurse responds to the article 'Anorexics force legal decision' (Nursing Review, page 36, February).
Better management of wound care could generate significant savings as budgets come under increasing pressure. By Aileen Macalintal
Who's my patient? Who am I responsible for? When should I request help? Sound familiar? By Scott Trueman
Hospitals are responding to climate change, but many nurses still don't understand the issue. By Teresa Lewis
A 'virtual visit' telehealth project has won the Outstanding ICT Innovation award in the Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2013.
An indigenous nursing cadet looks forward to making a difference in the health of the people of Kalkaringi in the Northern Territory.
Adelaide researchers have found that emu oil has therapeutic potential, not only for the treatment of various common bowel diseases, but for intestinal damage caused by chemotherapy.
Sandy Anderson is a women's health nurse and practice nurse at the Baarlinjan Medical Clinic at Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative.
Amanda S. Gossman provides tips on keeping documentation up-to-date.
Associate professor Roianne West, of James Cook University, is the first full-time Aboriginal academic in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition. She spoke to Aileen Macalintal
Is the role of EN falling off the radar? By Disheartened EN/PCA
Mary Casey provides an insight into the evolution of community care.
The Royal District Nursing Service has been announced as an ‘Outstanding ICT Innovation’ finalist for its broadband telehealth project in the prestigious first Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2013 in Singapore.
Adaptability, accountability and a grasp on the issues of rural health are the watchwords of Charles Sturt University’s Masters offering for 2014.
March 2013 - Breaking News
Our nurses are passing on their knowledge to their East Timorese counterparts. By Aileen Macalintal
Advances in DNA sequencing are having a major impact on the understanding and diagnosis of epilepsy.
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA branch) has welcomed the Health Ministry’s announcement of looking into mental health bed capacity and demand.
Slowing the decline of muscle mass is an important step for the health of older men. By Aileen Macalintal
NSW emergency department waiting times are improving.
A nurse practitioner - who prefers to remain anonymous - rails against endorsement delays.