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Time to quit that disgusting and deadly habit
31 May - Tobacco causes 8 million deaths worldwide every year. When evidence was released this year that smokers were more likely to develop severe disease with COVID-19 compared to non-smokers, it triggered millions of smokers to want to quit tobac
Call for applications for Joan Hardy Scholarship
31 May - The National Tertiary Education Union is again offering the Joan Hardy Scholarship for post-graduate nursing research.
Indigenous Australia’s heartfelt call for a constitutional voice
31 May - It’s been four years since the Uluru Statement from the Heart was issued to Australians - a landmark agreement of Indigenous delegates calling for a constitutionally enshrined Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Registration Renewal Fact Sheets
28 May - A new question and new information have been added to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) annual registration renewal.
Despite Gayle’s Law, Outback nurses still at risk
28 May - A review has found the safety of Outback nurses is still at risk because health service providers have not properly written Gayle’s Law into their policies, The Advertiser reports.
National Reconciliation Week: Bridging the nursing and midwifery gap
27 May - For Registered Midwife Tahlia Johnson, encouraging more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to pursue a career in health care is all about providing culturally safe practice.
The health system is broken but don’t blame nurses and doctors
27 May - "It is foolish to think there is a quick fix for the public health system. It has been broken for a very long time", writes Walkley Award-winning journalist Colin James in The Advertiser.
Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill romps through Lower House
27 May - South Australia is on the verge of passing the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill after the State’s Lower House last night voted massively in favour of it, 33-5.
Changes to the Road Traffic Act 1961 and forensic blood taking by Registered Nurses
27 May - Following consultation with the ANMF (SA Branch), State Parliament has this month passed amendments to the Transport Portfolio Act to allow Registered Nurses to take forensic blood samples within Metropolitan Adelaide for testing purposes.
Almost one in four women considering quitting work because of COVID
26 May - Almost a quarter of women are considering leaving, or are likely to leave, the workforce altogether as a result of the impact of COVID-19.
Nursing Now - ‘the most successful global nursing campaign the world has seen’
26 May - The Nursing Now three-year global campaign to raise the profile and status of nursing wraps up this week with an urgent call to governments to invest in nursing as the backbone of health systems everywhere.
SA has worst mental health crisis of mainland states
25 May - South Australia’s mental health report card for emergency department (ED) presentations is the worst of the nation’s mainland states in key areas including patient wait times for a bed, The Advertiser reports.
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