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SA uni rolls out new medical record system

The University of Adelaide has incorporated a new medical record system into practical exams for fifth-year students.  The move aims to provide a more authentic learning experience and better prepare students for real-world clinical practice.  Professor Adam Montagu, Director of ...

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Rethinking the future of nursing education

Student nurses and midwives will be critical to assisting Australia’s recovery from COVID-19, but have gone largely unrecognised by the broader system, according to education leaders. Tracey Moroney, a professor of Nursing at the University of Wollongong, says there needs ...

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Strength in a united profession

National registration and accreditation for nurses has been one the big changes over the past 15 years. By Rosemary Bryant. As an avid reader of Nursing Review, I would like to acknowledge this 15th anniversary edition and recognise the work ...

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