Career options for nurses are quickly expanding with the growth of the health sector and the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Van graduated and became a registered nurse, she struggled to find good-quality scrubs locally. Together with sister Linh, she established Scrub Lab.
The 2021 HESTA Australian Nursing and Midwifery Awards honour the work of nurses and midwives to protect their communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
The ICU Nurses Refresher Toolkit and COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit contain up-to-date medical information on COVID-19, approved treatments and guidelines.
Global solutions provider Ascom has introduced a modular, scalable patient-response system to Australia and New Zealand: Ascom Telligence.
The Australian Digital Health Agency's Chief Clinical Information Officer, Angela Ryan, is passionate about the leadership capabilities of women in health care.
The National Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Capability Framework will help nurses and midwives assess their digital capabilities and pursue professional development if needed.
The Australian College of Nursing says the final recommendations of the MBS Review Taskforce perpetuate the under-representation of nurses in the workforce.
The series will allow nurses involved in the aged-care sector to update their knowledge and skills by reflecting on their practice and ensuring best practice.
We need nurses now more than ever before, but how do we motivate a new generation to join and remain in the profession?
Australian Red Cross Lifeblood has enlisted Aussie artists to design a vibrant range of limited-edition artwork bandages to celebrate the life-giving efforts of blood and plasma donors.
Dr Ayman Shenouda says the COVID-19 recovery period may be a challenging time for GPs as they grapple with high patient volumes and a significant spike in chronic health conditions, arising from the virus.
Registered Nurse Jillian Intini's skin cancer patients inspired her to create Sunbella. The brand's mission is to help women enjoy the outdoors safely and stylishly.
UniSA research has found that coffee and a catnap could be the answer to staying alert on the nightshift, with the combination improving attention and reducing sleep inertia.
Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed a novel coating that can be applied to any dressing to treat chronic wounds.