The ANMJ is a journal for all Australian nurses and midwives, distributed to 91,882 nurses around Australia with a total readership of 134,148. The ANMJ offers news, features and analysis to keep nurses and midwives well informed. The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal - essential for good health... take one monthly.
Aged care and the treatment of older Australians have been in the media spotlight of late, but not in a good way.
As reform continues to shape Australia’s mental health system, greater access to mental health nurses across all levels of healthcare is crucial. When allowed to work to their full scope, mental health nurses possess the ability to engage and connect with people while helping them drive their own recovery journeys. Robert Fedele reports.
Community Health Nurse Claire Dowling was drawn to working with the disadvantaged after witnessing first-hand the impact of poverty and health disparities in her hometown of Glasgow in Scotland.
Several public hospitals in New South Wales have escaped privatisation after almost a year of determined campaigning by the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA ANMF NSW Branch) helped trigger a backflip from the state government