A new study has found that perceived imbalances in support for nurses at work leads to fraying tempers and, consequently, injuries.
A survey of Australian primary healthcare nurses found that many feel under-utilised and requests to do more are often rejected.
New microneedle patches developed by an Australian university offer a pain-free, antibacterial, self-dissolving solution for vaccination delivery.
Improved education, training and digital empowerment are key to keeping nurses on the job, critical at a time when demand for their services is on the rise.
There was a saying when I went through medical training: "We have never spent more money on healthcare and health has never been better. The problem is the unclear causality."
Con-Serv has introduced an Anti-Ligature Showering Solution into its healthcare range to help mitigate the possibility of self-harm in high-risk applications such as hospitals, aged-care facilities and correctional facilities.
Access to quality health services is essential in rural and remote communities, but this is dependent on being able to attract a highly trained workforce.
A global study of short peripheral catheters uncovered major problems with their management.
Hospitals that introduce palliative care in concert with other treatment modalities have reduced hospital stays and lower costs.
A new study finds that a one-size-fits-all approach to men's health within the primary healthcare nursing industry is putting male patients at risk.
Recognising that nurses are the DNA of the healthcare system, the campaign calls for an additional 9 million nurses and midwives by 2030.
Australian scientists have developed a glue that literally takes one minute to seal a wound, then signals to the body to start repairing at twice the regular speed.
An inquiry into privatisation reveals deep concerns for the healthcare community.