Registered Nurse Eloise Forster shares her day at the Sandringham Hospital Emergency Room.
A new program called 'Forward with Dementia' hopes to improve the diagnostic experience, post-diagnosis support and connections for people with dementia and their carers.
It is time that the gender wage gap for nurses is eliminated; women deserve equal pay for equal work.
Mater Research is inviting people with intellectual disabilities and autism as well as their carers to participate in a program aimed at improving the way healthcare services are delivered.
Nursing, already under pressure, is reaching breaking point due to the pressures of COVID-19 and a disjointed healthcare system, including the acute, primary and aged care sectors.
A low-cost blood test could diagnose Alzheimer's disease up to 20 years before the onset of symptoms, according to new research by Macquarie University.
Caring for You, a nurse owned and operated agency, recognised the exceptional care, warmth and compassion displayed by its staff and nursing community at the Inaugural Caring for You Core Values Awards.
The latest COVID-19 outbreaks have led to a resurgence in reports of pressure injuries among patients, clinicians and essential workers.
Nine-year-old Belle nominated her healthcare hero, Kate Trenoweth, for helping her through her recovery from a horseriding accident.
More than 200 ED nurses in Australia took part in the study by completing an online survey about their experiences.
With the theme 'nurses and midwives in the digital age', the event recognises nursing professionals as frontline users of digital solutions.
RMIT researchers have developed smart wound dressings with built-in nanosensors that glow to alert patients when a wound is not healing properly.
The shift from hospital to home-based care looks set to continue, with a study showing that blood transfusions can be safely performed in the home and in aged-care facilities.