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Survey to help define advanced roles

Study aims to clear up confusion, provide data for nurses and schools.  Australian nurses will soon have the opportunity to help answer the question, “What exactly is advanced practice nursing (APN)?” Starting February 19, clinical nurses and midwives can participate ...

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Now nurse, how do you feel?

More than 70,000 Australian nurses are to be surveyed as part of a national project to discover more about the health and wellbeing of the 270,000-strong workforce. The study will be funded by the Department of Health and Ageing, and ...

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Placing consumers in the driver’s seat

It’s not just the outcome of a health procedure now, patients are being asked what they think of the cost and the method of delivery. By Linda Belardi Researchers are increasingly turning to the patient for clues about how health ...

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Awareness of advance care planning remains low

Survey finds many Australians fear their final wishes may be ignored by their relatives or health professional. More than one-third of Australians believe their relatives may ignore their wishes near the end of their life. A survey of 1,000 Australians ...

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Kidney patients need more information: survey

Kidney census reveals patients need to know more about dialysis. Results from a recent survey conducted by Kidney Health Australia have shown that patients facing dialysis need a greater understanding of the choices available to them. Kidney Health Australia conducted ...

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