Forensic nursing group a first
Australia is set to launch its first professional association for forensic nurses.
Foundation president Associate Professor Linda Starr said the new association would strengthen the policy voice and representation of this developing specialty at a national level. Starr told Nursing Review most of nation's estimated 300 forensic nurses were working in isolation and greater collaboration was needed to further develop education and practice in this field. Forensic nursing has a relatively young history here compared with more than two decades of practice in the US. The Australian Forensic Nurses' Association gained approval from the Office of Business and Consumer affairs this...
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