04 Jun 13 edition
Recently named Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for health visiting, professor Sarah Cowley may have retired from her position as adjunct professor of Nursing at Sydney’s UTS, but her work is far from finished. By Aileen Macalintal
Mary Casey reveals the benefits of education in a simulated environment.
06 May 13 edition
The career path for nurses is now branching out in many directions, giving rise to new, and challenging, opportunities. By Terry Smyth
02 Apr 13 edition
With work-related mental health issues on the rise, it seems a fitting time to address workplace stress prevention. By Amie Larter
05 Mar 13 edition
Nurses around the country are struggling to find graduate placements so industry leaders are calling on state and federal governments to solve the urgent problem. Flynn Murphy reports
01 Jan 13 edition
Internationally recognised palliative care nurse <<<Molly Carlile>>> spoke to Amie Larter about her career, recent awards and thoughts on the future of nursing.
18 Dec 12 edition
Industry leaders are calling on governments to act on workplace injuries, verbal abuse and violence. Cathy Wever reports
With the Australian Nursing Federation polling nurses, midwives and the public on whether the Gillard government is doing enough to address staff shortages, Nursing Review asked the Minister for Health, Tanya Plibersek, her thoughts.
The secretary of the Queensland Nurses Union, Beth Mohle, gives her thoughts on how to avoid shortages predicted in the Health Workforce 2025 report
13 Nov 12 edition
Debra Thoms, the head of the Australian College of Nursing, talks to Amie Larter about the merger and current focus of the organisation
31 Jul 12 edition
Scott Trueman discusses the crucial importance of nursing documentation in legal proceedings
Australians are happier to stay home for work compared with nurses over the ditch. By Fiona Cassie
03 Jul 12 edition
The English language proficiency of internationally trained nurses is an important issue for patient safety but there are global concerns about the appropriateness of the testing process, writes Tiffany Lynch.
05 Jun 12 edition
Hospitals and healthcare services are becoming more appreciative of the work done by unpaid workers and find it is rewarding for all involved, writes Mardi Chapman.
The government decided against registration for personal care workers in its recent aged care reforms, but that doesn’t mean the debate has ceased. Antonia Maiolo reports.
01 May 12 edition
Never mind the human rights issue, smart employers are discovering that keeping their experienced staff makes good business sense, Age Discrimination Commissioner Susan Ryan tells Darragh O Keeffe.
Victorian nurses have saved nurse-patient ratios but the long, bitter dispute shows the state should not leave workforce planning to be decided in such a heated environment, writes Pauline Stanton.
The UK, India and the Philippines remain Australia’s top feeder countries for nurses arriving on temporary long stay visas, writes Natasha Egan.
As the number of trials has grown significantly in the past 20 years, so too has the demand for specialist nurses to collect data and co-ordinate participation. Linda Belardi speaks to one in the field.
03 Apr 12 edition
Helping people from war-torn lands, refugee health is a dynamic mix of advocacy, care co-ordination and social support. Linda Belardi talks to one nurse in the field.
06 Mar 12 edition
Older workers could be a panacea for the aged care industry’s workforce woes, Darragh O Keeffe reports.
From conducting forensic medical exams to appearing in court as an expert witness, forensic nursing is a unique and emerging specialty. Linda Belardi talks to one nurse working in the field.
Aged care providers hope a boost in government funding will be an opportunity for nurse practitioners to showcase their value. Darragh O Keeffe reports.
31 Jan 12 edition
If managers want to increase the retention of nurses in hospitals they need to adopt generation-specific strategies, writes Kate Shacklock.
Since the birth of the first IVF baby in Australia in 1980, teams of nurses have supported couples to overcome infertility. Linda Belardi talks to one nurse working in the field.
The global movement of nurses provides an important opportunity to improve care for an increasingly multicultural society, writes Sophia Dywili.
21 Dec 11 edition
To attract and keep more nurses the healthcare sector will have to concentrate on training, recognition of skills and workplace conditions. By Peter Fairchild and Sarah Mott.
Domestic violence is directly linked with widespread productivity issues at thousands of Australian workplaces, a national workplace study has found.
Compromised standards of patient care are forcing many rural nurses to quit, research suggests.