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Calling for care, dignity and respect in aged care
16 June - Abuse, malnourishment, sitting in faeces...welcome to our aged care nightmare. Up to one in five nursing home residents have been assaulted, two-thirds are malnourished or at risk of malnourishment, many are left to suffer in pain and man
The SA team shaping the global future of nursing and midwifery
16 June - These are exciting times for the Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre, which is set to shape the nursing and midwifery professions on a global scale.
Empowering young Aboriginal students to bridge the health gap
2 June - Empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their health outcomes is a key priority of the ANMF (SA Branch) and now an exciting new education program is providing the opportunity to do just that!
Sarah versus the superbug
19 May - After catching COVID on a plane, a young nurse returned to the coronavirus coalface. A year after Adelaide nurse Sarah Crocker contracted COVID-19 she still feels the lingering debilitating effects.
Nursing them back to better mental health
11 May - He's an author, a registered nurse, manager of an international journal, a president, adjunct lecturer, and private business proprietor.
How a ruthless dictator shaped a nurse’s life - From Romanian repression to work site rep
29 March - For Adelaide clinical nurse Claudia Cristea, COVID-19 brought back some not-so-fond memories of her childhood growing up in then communist Romania.
Using social media safely - How to avoid Facebook follies and the terrors of Twitter
10 February - We’ve written before warning about the dangers of posting “stuff” on Facebook and tweeting about your work, your patients or your private life.
Quarantine cave-in reveals power of people united
28 January - Mt Gambier nurse Tanya Clarke is happy to testify to the power of the unions.
Global shortage of nurses ‘emblematic’ of lack of pandemic preparedness
25 January 2021 - Global shortage of nurses ‘emblematic’ of lack of pandemic preparedness. An interim report from the panel assessing the world’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has praised nurses but raised concerns about what their efforts will
ANMEC providing the building blocks to a career in nursing
20 January - When it comes to empowering students with the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in nursing or caring, no training organisation even comes close to the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Education Centre.
Debunking the myth of compassion fatigue
6 January - Having compassion for others has inspired many people to become nurses. On the flipside, many nurses complain of ‘compassion fatigue’ - work-related distress and exhaustion from absorbing the emotional stress of others.
Union Legal SA expands services - our experts reach out to the wider community
22 December - All South Aussies are now able to access expert legal advice from the highly experienced and trustworthy team that is Union Legal SA.
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