Founded by registered nurse Angela Thwaites, Healthcare HQ offers nurses contract and other roles at over 100 client sites across the hospital and aged care sectors.
A career transition from an aerialist to a nurse may not seem obvious, but for Kylie Page — who always aspires to assist others during difficult times — a move to nursing was a well-planned action.
The badge is awarded to individuals and institutions who have made an exceptional contribution to the nursing profession.
Overseas-trained nurses and midwives looking to practise in Australia will soon have access to a new assessment facility.
One in four nurses working in primary health care are considering leaving their role in the next two to five years, according to a workforce survey by APNA.
A new virtual reality (VR) training program is set to provide emergency department nurses across New South Wales with real-time experience in stroke care.
The NMBA has partnered with the Burnet Institute and colleagues to conduct a comprehensive review of the midwifery workforce amid concerns that growth is stalling in the profession.
A re-entry program is assisting qualified midwives in South Australia rejoin the midwifery workforce by refreshing vital skills and knowledge.
The number of applications to train as a nurse with Mater Education has surged by more than 330% since fees were removed, with the Queensland Government's Fee-Free TAFE initiative.
NeedleCalm Founder and Sydney clinical specialist nurse Lauren Barber has been awarded the Health Minister's Award for Nursing Trailblazers for her outstanding contributions to the medical field with her medtech device.
The Charles Darwin University and Darwin Private Hospital student placement partnership is proving beneficial to the Northern Territory's healthcare system.
A new immersive computer simulation program helps nurses and nursing students practise making decisions when faced with a hostile patient.
ACN CEO Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN said that comments claiming women would be at risk if nurse practitioners prescribed the abortion pill were insulting, patronising and out of touch with reality.
The ACN Foundation is offering two international scholarships for nursing leaders from Pacific Island Nations to participate in ACN's Institute of Leadership Nurse Executive Program, with applications closing 25 July.