A Day in the Life of Royal Australian Navy officer, Lieutenant Commander Thomas Miller, a Nurse Educator10 July, 2020
Lieutenant Commander Thomas Miller's work ensures that nursing staff are trained and supported to become expert military clinicians.
The similarities shared by an aircraft's flight deck and an operating theatre or medical unit are multiple.
10 finalists have been recognised for the exceptional leadership and work taking place in the healthcare sector, across three award categories.
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.
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.
While safe practice protocols tell us an accurate weight measurement is important to avoid adverse drug events and ensure effective patient care, in practice it's difficult and time consuming to achieve.
Detecting age-related macular degeneration early can provide a window of opportunity to avoid or delay the burden of vision loss on both the patient and their families.
An Australian-led research project has found that low blood oxygen increases sick children's risk of death by up to eight-fold.
Painaustralia's National Pain Services Directory maps more than 200 specialist pain services across Australia, enabling better access for millions of Australians suffering from chronic pain.
Induction technology has been around for some time, but now with its breakthrough induction technology Aladdin Temp-Rite gives you features, performance and efficiencies no other patient meal delivery system can offer.
Inadequate staffing and skill levels have been identified as major contributing factors in avoidable hospital visits by many aged-care residents in NSW.
Indwelling devices like catheters are believed to cause around 25% of hospital infections, but ongoing efforts to reduce catheter use and misuse haven't succeeded as much as healthcare workers would like.