Ashleigh Woods is a Registered Nurse and Midwife at The Tweed Hospital. She is just one of the many nurses and other staff now braving the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.
10 finalists have been recognised for the exceptional leadership and work taking place in the healthcare sector, across three award categories.
An ageing population, along with high population growth, has created huge demand for healthcare and aged-care services across the country.
NSWNMA General Secretary Brett Holmes said pressure is building on local health services as more cases of COVID-19 are confirmed across metropolitan and regional parts of NSW.
JC had suffered bilateral lower limb cellulitis and ulceration over a four-year period...
The TGA has approved a novel ciclosporin solution for the treatment of dry eye (keratoconjunctivitis sicca), a condition affecting 7.4% of Australians.
The 2020 APHA Awards for Excellence will be announced next month, recognising the high quality of care Australians receive from private hospitals.
As employment pathways and workforce customs have changed, so should our perspectives on nursing career trajectories to a more flexible view and approach.
The Australian College of Nursing has assured that nurses are well trained and ready to protect the community in the event of a coronavirus outbreak in Australia.
A team of biomedical engineers has created a blood-sampling robot that performed as well or better than people in a human clinical trial.
A Victorian man has been convicted in the Magistrates' Court of Victoria and found guilty of six charges under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law.
A professional development program has been launched to identify the digital health skills nurses and midwives need to further improve the quality, safety and efficiency of the care they deliver.
Australia's general practitioner (GP) workforce will be undersupplied to the tune of 9298 full-time GPs by 2030, according to a report by big four consultancy Deloitte.
The Australian-invented Saliva Glucose Biosensor is reported to be the world's first non-invasive replacement for finger-prick blood glucose testing.