A Simple Bag of Saline: Embolism & Death of a Child: Clinical Communiqué

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…

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…

Management of Functional Dyspepsia – Research Review

Management of Functional Dyspepsia – Research Review

Functional dyspepsia is a condition that Nurses are familiar with.  In a recent edition of Gastroenterology Practice Review, you can read about the contemporary management and treatment options. ‘The Australian…

Nurse Wound Management Program

Nurse Wound Management Program

“Everything you have ever wanted to know about wound care management” The Nurses for Nurses Network has created a nine-module Wound Management Program, called the Fabulous World of Wounds that…

NfN Corporate CPD: Simplicity in Nurse Education

NfN Corporate CPD: Simplicity in Nurse Education

A number of Organisations utilise the Nurses for Nurses Network to assist their staff in meeting their Continuing Professional Development Annual Registration requirement.  They do this, not only to value…

Nurses – Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Activities in a Snapshot

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…

Urinary Incontinence & Work – Nurses

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?

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…

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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…
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