When our care system is in crisis, how do hospitals decide how to distribute scarce resources? We address the ethical dilemmas.
Dr Michael Wong survived a vicious knife attack in the foyer of the hospital where he worked. He believes much can be done to improve hospital security.
Inevitably, healthcare workers will be faced with the imminent death of a patient. Author and nurse Sallie Tisdale provides advice on how to manage.
A new Australian College of Nurses program encourages nurses to remember to look after their own health and wellbeing.
A new study has found that nurses, in particular child health nurses, would benefit from anti-discriminatory education and training.
Admissions to Australian public hospitals are growing at a faster rate than private hospitals, according to a new study.
Jani is based on-site at Bendigo Hospital, Victoria. He plays a key role in driving a safe culture by engaging, advising and mentoring the facility management team to mitigate risks and maintain safety management systems.
The situation is likely to worsen as the population ages.
Violence against nurses and midwives is on the rise, according to research carried out by CQUniversity.
The nursing sector in particular is seeing increased numbers of ads year on year.
Fatigue and its implications are a profession-wide concern that can put at risk the health and safety of both patients and doctors.