Nursing  CPD – How Much Do You Need?

Nursing CPD – How Much Do You Need?

If you are an Enrolled Nurse, a Registered Nurse or Midwife you will be familiar with Nursing  CPD registration requirements. The standard applies equally to the Nurses registered with AHPRA who work…

Molluscum contagiosum by Rachel Manifold

Molluscum contagiosum by Rachel Manifold

What is molluscum contagiosum?  Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection that results in a typical skin rash. It is most common in children, particularly between 1 and 10 years of…

Wound Care- How to Clean  Scissors & a Wound!

Wound Care- How to Clean Scissors & a Wound!

There continues to be debate amongst Nurses regarding the ‘best way’ to clean a wound. Did you know a document has been released by Wounds Australia Application of aseptic technique in…

The Fabulous World of Wounds – Hobart

The Fabulous World of Wounds – Hobart

Module Nine: Specialised Populations and Wound Management Considerations 22 & 25 August 2018 | Hobart | Click for full event listing>> In this Seminar, we will explore Module Nine. The…

Perioperative Nursing Conference – PNG

Perioperative Nursing Conference – PNG

Scrub the Deck and Hoist the Drape | #perioperative #nurse 9 October – 19 October 2018 | 0266742577 | [email protected] This Perioperative Nursing Conference is intended to provide the opportunity to…

Nursing Law – Being Accused of Malpractice

Nursing Law – Being Accused of Malpractice

Being accused of Malpractice! I read an article that stated that the risk of a nurse being accused of malpractice during their career was very high, almost inevitable in fact. …

Nursing Event: The Fabulous World of Wounds – South Pacific

Nursing Event: The Fabulous World of Wounds – South Pacific

“A conference for Nurses who have a passion for wound care” Cruising the South Pacific | 16 July – 24 July 2018 The Nurses for Nurses Network has created a nine-module…

Wound Care – Hypergranulation

Wound Care – Hypergranulation

Nurses who participate in wound care will be familiar with the term hypergranulation. Hyper-granulation is also referred to as over granulation or proud flesh.Whilst the exact aetiology is not clear,…

Wound Swab Technique   – 5 Top Tips!

Wound Swab Technique – 5 Top Tips!

Do you know the top 5 wound swab techniques? How should a wound swab be taken and does technique really make a difference? Nurses continue to have debate regarding the…

Dermatology Nursing Conference: “We don’t save lives – we change lives”

Dermatology Nursing Conference: “We don’t save lives – we change lives”

Date: 29 April – 3 May 2018                       Dermatology is a huge field and, like any other speciality requires clinicians…

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Oral anticoagulants for prevention of stroke in atrial fibrillation - Nurses often care for patients who have atrial fibrillation. In a recent edition of Haematology Research Review, you can read about Oral anticoagulants for prevention of stroke in atrial fibrillation. Summary…
Tuberculosis Treatment Comparisons - Nurses will be interested to read the following article which is contained in Issue 25 -2017 of Infectious Diseases Research Review titled Self-administered versus directly observed once-weekly isoniazid and rifapentine treatment of…
Nurses – Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Activities in a Snapshot - Nurses registered with AHPRA are aware of the need to attain continuing professional development ( CPD ) hours. If you are an Enrolled Nurse, a Registered Nurse or Midwife the…
January 2018 Nursing Trivia - Can you answer these 3 questions correctly?      
Diabetes -Comparison between Insulin Pump and Insulin Injection Therapy in Young People - Nurses will be interested to read the following article which is contained in Issue 12 -2017   of Paediatrics Research Review titled ‘Association of insulin pump therapy vs insulin injection therapy with severe…
Urinary Incontinence & Work – Nurses - In a recent edition of Research Review, you can read about  Urinary incontinence and work productivity in the nursing and midwifery workforce. Heather Pierce,  from the University of Technology and Westmead Hospital,…
Nursing CPD – How Much Do You Need? - If you are an Enrolled Nurse, a Registered Nurse or Midwife you will be familiar with Nursing  CPD registration requirements. The standard applies equally to the Nurses registered with AHPRA who work…
Molluscum contagiosum by Rachel Manifold - What is molluscum contagiosum?  Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection that results in a typical skin rash. It is most common in children, particularly between 1 and 10 years of…
December 2017 Nursing Trivia - Test you Nursing trivia knowledge and answer these 3 questions.      
How to Make Your Home a Calm, Peaceful Place to Recover from Surgery! - This blog post is by Julia  Merrill. Ms Merrill is a retired nurse, who aims to provide tips on finding the right medical care, health insurance, and more. She has…