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NSW patients say they trust their nurses

Seven in 10 patients in NSW public hospitals rated nurses who had treated them as ‘very good’, a recent report has shown. Furthermore, 82 per cent said they always had trust and confidence in the nurses treating them. The figures come ...

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Stroke prevention research wins grant

Sydney Nursing School researchers have been awarded a $200,000 grant at the NSW Cardiovascular Research Network State of the Heart Showcase and Awards ceremony. The funding will allow the University of Sydney team to further research stroke prevention through early detection ...

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ANMF wants training in domestic violence issues

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation wants nurses and midwives to be specifically trained in addressing domestic violence. The ANMF, in partnership with the Luke Batty Foundation’s Never Alone campaign against domestic violence, is calling for nurses and midwives to receive education ...

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Contraception education not getting to everyone

Unplanned pregnancies in Australia are connected with various forms of disadvantage, as well as with ill-informed women and men. A recent nationwide study by Monash University showed that most unwanted or unexpected pregnancies are linked to sexual coercion, social disadvantages, rural ...

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