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Many factors that contribute to worse health outcomes from Indigenous people can be improved with better access to information and care. An effort is under way to provide what’s needed.  Indigenous Australians suffer from higher rates of illness and disability ...

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Top of mind

Frances Hughes, Queensland Health chief nursing and midwifery officer, believes a new year calls for a new perspective.   “This year, I’d like to see a number of improvements realised for nursing and midwifery within the health sector. I’d like ...

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Sharing isn’t always caring

Real-world examples can help workers understand when social media posts aren’t such a great idea.  Nurses are using social media in ever-growing numbers. So they need to be aware of behaviour and conduct that could breach their legal, professional and ...

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The professional model

Clinical supervision can place advancement in your own hands by evolving to suit a developing career.  Have you ever wondered how to progress your career with confidence and certainty and navigate the obstacles you encounter daily within the healthcare system? ...

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A prescription for future care

It is essential that we expand the role of nurses in the delivery of primary healthcare if we are to meet Australia’s future health needs.  Our healthcare system is under threat. Our ageing population and the way we live are ...

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Save on public health, go green

The benefits of taking action on climate change now exceed the financial and health costs of further delays.  As a member of the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), the Australian College of Nursing recognises the likely threat of climate change ...

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An age-old problem

Incontinence is a major reason why people move into residential care, and most aged residents suffer from it – which is why access to workforce training, education and support on the issue is a top priority for the sector.  No ...

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