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Autonomy, working hours among most valued

Autonomy, working hours and processes to deal with violence and bullying are the most important job characteristics for nurses and midwives, according to recent research. Professor Tony Scott, professorial research fellow at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social ...

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Better wait times, through engineering

The skills of engineers could make clinical care flow better and reduce patient waiting times, an Australian university vice-chancellor has said. Although he said a major change in culture would be needed, Flinders University vice-chancellor professor Michael Barber said there was much ...

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Students head to remote Laos

An Australian nursing student will provide care for people in developing countries by heading over to remote communities in Laos. Second-year Griffith University bachelor of nursing student Elizabeth Eastwell will head to Laos in January next year to provide primary ...

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Hormone lowers risk for some twin births

The risk of pre-term birth for a specific group of twin pregnancies could be halved, international research has found. The University of Adelaide's Robinson Research Institute was involved in the study, which involved a review of 13 large studies conducted ...

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Take on burnout together

Clinical supervision is effective at reducing stress and improving performance – but it requires full organisational support.  Healthcare organisations aspire to provide high-quality care to the community. The role staff play in achieving this is critical. In 1998, the World ...

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