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DVD takes students beyond the diagnosis

Mental illness can be a lonely, scary and dark existence, says one nurse who is sharing her secret to bring about change. For Belinda McCormack, living with mental illness has been a very personal journey. For years it has been ...

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Working on the inside

When looking for a change of job, more nurses are discovering careers beyond hospital walls. Linda Belardi speaks to one nurse whose degree found her behind bars. The most rewarding aspect of Kerry Irwin’s job as a prison nurse is ...

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Where theory meets practice

Academia and clinical practice unite at a newly launched institute that will allow nurses to take the lead in research. The name may not easily roll of the tongue, but the St Vincent’s and Mater Health Sydney and Australian Catholic ...

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Get ’em while they’re young

The need for more aged care nurses is growing more urgent every year, but providers can act to minimise the recruitment challenge, writes Darragh O Keeffe. Providing positive and meaningful placements to trainee nurses and high school students will help ...

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Beyond words

The use of arts as a therapeutic tool in dementia care is growing. Darragh O Keeffe reports on the new movement in Australia. Ten years ago Dr Dalia Gottlieb-Tanaka knew next to nothing about dementia. But an unlikely friendship with ...

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Hospitals must spend money to save money

Home visits by nurses has the potential to save money and patients. An intervention program that includes home visits by nurses has the potential to not only reduce the risk of emergency readmissions among the elderly, but also save hospitals ...

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