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Adelaide nurses reach out to COVID-hit Vics
17 September - Adelaide health care professionals really are a caring lot, sending hundreds of letters of support to their besieged buddies across the border in Victoria.
Grim death toll for world nursing community
17 September - More than 1000 nurses have died from COVID-19 in 44 countries, reports the International Council of Nurses.
Superheroes really do wear scrubs
15 September - A cartoon strip is depicting health care heroes as superheroes.
Nurses, midwives in rapid coronavirus response
8 September - Up to 150 nurses and midwives will be recruited to lead a new dedicated rapid frontline response team to deal with potential COVID-19 outbreaks in South Australia.
AFLW star and ICU nurse Deni Varnhagen talks footy and nursing during the pandemic emergency
7 September - When the coronavirus hit, professional footballer and ICU nurse Deni Varnhagen had already dealt with a lot on the sporting field.
The SA nurses deployed to Victoria to help fight COVID-19
4 September - Victoria was in the grip of escalating COVID-19 outbreaks and needed help from interstate volunteers to boost its health workforce in the fight against the pandemic.
Vast majority of care home nurses negatively impacted
2 September - Four-fifths of British care home nurses would assess their experience of working during the coronavirus pandemic as "very negative", according to a new snapshot survey, reports the Nursing Times.
Primary health care nurses threatened with job losses at height of COVID-19
2 September - Almost half of the Australian primary healthcare nurses (PHC) who took part in a national survey at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic had their hours cut, were threatened with, or actually ended up, losing their jobs, a new study has
COVID taking a huge toll on SA’s mental health
27 August - Almost three-quarters of South Australians believe the COVID pandemic has negatively impacted their mental wellbeing.
Border restrictions to be lifted
26 August - Good news for cross-border health care workers barred from entering SA last week.
Paid pandemic leave now available for all SA workers
25 August - After months of lobbying by the ANMF (SA Branch) and other unions, paid pandemic leave payments of up to $1,500 are now available for South Australian workers required to quarantine or care for someone required to quarantine.
South Australia and the Spanish flu
25 August - History repeats … but not always in a good way, sadly.
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