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Understanding vicarious trauma
Nursing and midwifery are professions that involve giving part of ourselves at work. By default, we are attracted to the profession because we are natural empaths.
To nap or not to nap on night shift?
To nap or not to nap on night shift – does it reduce fatigue? That is the question nurses at the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) in Melbourne asked in trialling the effects of scheduled sleeping during night shift.
Pulse check survey results for Repat and TQEH redevelopments
In December 2019 CALHN released two surveys to staff regarding the Stage 3 Redevelopment projects at the Repat Health Precinct and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
ANMF calls the State Government to “act swiftly to eliminate violence and aggression across the heal
After another violent attack on a nurse at Lyell McEwin Hospital, CEO/Secretary Adj Assoc Professor Elizabeth Dabars AM spoke with media and has called on the State Government again, to act to eliminate violence and aggression across the health syste
Investigating the viability of a new hospital in the Barossa
ANMF has received correspondence from Barossa Hills Fleurieu LHN regarding recent community and stakeholder consultation regarding a new hospital in the Barossa.
Additional duress pendants secured for LMH ED
Following a major incident in 2019, ANMF has been working with members and management at the Lyell McEwin Hospital to increase safety measures within the Emergency Department.
A new level of safety here in South Australia—Gayle would be so proud. Keith Woodford
Keith Woodford’s first memory of his late wife is set in a suburban Adelaide shopping centre.
From factory worker to Mental Health Nurse – “it’s the best job I’ve ever had”
Being laid off as a factory worker hit hard for Colm McIlduff who was fast approaching his forties and had been making tyres for nearly two decades.
Introducing your new member service - The New Daily
ANMF (SA Branch) is pleased to announce its partnership with The New Daily to provide members with a regular, quality news service.
Group 792 reunion: Training by ordeal, living up to the ideal
It was our ‘Ruby Anniversary’, 40 years since ‘Group 792’ from St Andrews Private Hospital, Adelaide, commenced our nursing training. We were a small group of 11, but eight of us had made it to our 2019 reunion in Canberra.
Nurses called to help manage the expected back-to-school asthma spike
The National Asthma Council Australia is calling on nurses to help young patients be well prepared for the expected back-to-school asthma spike.
Caution called with asbestos removal and handling in bushfire ravaged communities
The Asbestos Diseases Foundation of Australia (ADFA) has issued a warning that asbestos could pose a problem for families across Australia who had homes or outbuildings damaged or destroyed by the recent bushfire catastrophe.
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