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Nursing graduates find success in employment

Education and employment trends for nurses are ready to soar as statistics in the Good Universities Guide show. Published by The Good Education Group, data shows that more than 250,000 jobs will be created over the next five years in ...

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Exciting developments in the future of nursing

The health sector is undergoing rapid and widespread change. Substantial technological developments are opening new avenues for diagnosing and caring for patients. The implementation and ongoing utilisation of this technology depends on qualified individuals being provided with the skills and ...

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Budget 2018-19: How did nurses fair?

The 2018-19 Budget has been released and Minister for Health Greg Hunt says it’s guaranteeing the essential health services that Australians rely on. While key industry stakeholders continue to pick through the Budget with a fine-tooth comb, Nursing Review canvasses ...

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Funding for mental health studies in nursing

The federal government has committed $128,000 to fund mental health course materials for undergraduate nursing degrees across the country. Minister for rural health, senator Bridget McKenzie, said the funding would be provided to the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses ...

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