Cloud-based technologies can ease a huge administrative burden and support the workforce through a better employee experience.
Last night's HESTA Australian Nursing & Midwifery Awards celebrated the critical contributions of Australia's nurses and midwives.
When Van graduated and became a registered nurse, she struggled to find good-quality scrubs locally. Together with sister Linh, she established Scrub Lab.
We need nurses now more than ever before, but how do we motivate a new generation to join and remain in the profession?
At NNT, we are committed to creating uniforms that foster safety and confidence in our healthcare professionals' working lives.
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.
The Australian College of Nursing has welcomed the recognition of the profession's contribution to the community in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
Health Professionals Bank has inspired a thank-you video movement for the nurses on the frontline of the global health crisis.
HESTA has announced the winners of the 2020 HESTA Australian Nursing & Midwifery Awards, celebrating leadership and professional excellence to improve patient outcomes.
12 May is International Nurses Day, an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the vital role that nurses play in our communities.
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.
An ageing population, along with high population growth, has created huge demand for healthcare and aged-care services across the country.
Creating an MBS rebate option for nurses to insert long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) could be Australia’s answer to birth control, new research from Family Planning NSW (FPNSW) has shown.
A South Australian nurse has been professionally disqualified for practising while on a 25-year suspension.
New research has found that pharmaceutical companies are influencing non-prescribers such as nurses, which is flowing on to patient medicinal decisions.