Chlorhexidine Australian Safety Recommendations

Chlorhexidine Australian Safety Recommendations

Nurses are very familiar with the use of Chlorhexidine; however are you aware of the recent recommendations to reduce risk to our patients? ‘Critical incidents in Australia have been reported…

The Medication That’s on Hand  & a Tragic Death- Clinical Communique

The Medication That’s on Hand & a Tragic Death- Clinical Communique

There are complex issues surrounding the treatment of pain, and the risks associated with combining sedative medications may include death. from the medication combination. This review from the Clinical Communique highlights the…

See Blood -Think Air ( Embolism) Clinical Communiqué

See Blood -Think Air ( Embolism) Clinical Communiqué

The March 2018 edition of Clinical Communiqué  reviews  coroner cases involving a gas embolism.  Gas embolism may be a relatively rare clinical entity, but it is a diagnosis that must remain…

Free eBook: The Most Popular Wound Care Tips

Free eBook: The Most Popular Wound Care Tips

The Nurses for Nurses Network is excited to be sharing this latest eBook by Cheryl Dezotti. This eBook is a compilation of wound care tips that have been collected from…

Nursing Registration – Recency of Practice Reminders

Nursing Registration – Recency of Practice Reminders

As we move into a new year Nurses begin to turn their focus towards May and give consideration to their renewal of their license to practice in Australia. The Nursing…

Midwifery Caseloads in Australia – Research Review

Midwifery Caseloads in Australia – Research Review

Midwives in Australia are passionate about quality care delivery and are aware of the impact that caseloads can have on healthcare outcomes. In a   recent edition of Midwifery – Research…

The Nurses for Nurses Network:
Nursing News

Our vision is to empower Nurses to be the best that they can be

In addition to providing the latest Nursing News and updates, we also invite you to some of our fabulous Nursing events and seminars to share best practice with other Nurses and develop your own skills and career. Take a look at our upcoming Nursing events.

Recent Posts from Nursing News

What can you do if you work with unsafe, unregistered health workers? - What can you do if you work with unsafe, unregistered health workers? I get asked this question frequently.  We all know that registered and enrolled nurses and midwives can be…
Fraudulent Nurses - Fraudulent Nurses – I was reading an article in an ABC newsletter, “The fake doctors who get away with medical fraud”, by Philippa Martyr, 10 Apr 2018.  The focus was…
Nursing Trivia: June 2018 - Test your knowledge. Can you answer all 3 questions correctly?
A Pain in the Back – Suicide Death – Residential Aged Care Communique - The first twelve months in aged care is the highest risk time for suicide.  The following case study provides poignant lessons for those who work in Residential Aged Care. Case…
Chlorhexidine Australian Safety Recommendations - Nurses are very familiar with the use of Chlorhexidine; however are you aware of the recent recommendations to reduce risk to our patients? ‘Critical incidents in Australia have been reported…
The Medication That’s on Hand & a Tragic Death- Clinical Communique - There are complex issues surrounding the treatment of pain, and the risks associated with combining sedative medications may include death. from the medication combination. This review from the Clinical Communique highlights the…
May 2018: Nursing Tivia - Test your Nursing trivia knowledge. Can you get all three questions correct?
Anzac Day – Camaraderie, Courage & Sacrifice - Today is  ANZAC Day. The Anzac legend and the events at Gallipoli form an important part of what it means to be an Australian today. In particular, the   courage, camaraderie and…
A Simple Bag of Saline: Embolism & Death of a Child: Clinical Communiqué - ‘Sometimes you can perform a simple task a thousand times without a problem.Then just once, a rare and devastating event occurs that makes everyone involved question their practice of that previously…
See Blood -Think Air ( Embolism) Clinical Communiqué - The March 2018 edition of Clinical Communiqué  reviews  coroner cases involving a gas embolism.  Gas embolism may be a relatively rare clinical entity, but it is a diagnosis that must remain…