As a Nurse do you know how many Nurses are working in Australia? Are you up to date with information regarding your specific area of Nursing?The content of the references articles may surprise you. “The nursing profession is the largest single health profession in Australia.”
Have you heard of Compassion Fatigue? Have you or your members of staff been impacted by this? Take the time to read this article published in the Journal of Trauma Nursing
The latest report on Health Expectancy in Australia published by the Australian Institute Of Health and Welfare has been released. It does make an interesting read and certainly make ones questio how healthcare will be delivered in the future!” Between 1998 and 2012, life expectancy at birth has risen by 4 years for boys and nearly 3 years for girls.
As Nurses we administer antibiotics on a daily basis as part of our work practices. For those of us who have been Nurses for too many years to count, we can recall when there were just the ‘common pathogens’
“Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a devastating complication of chronic viral hepatitis. It is the fifth most common incident cancer in the world, and the second most common cause of cancer death.is among the fastest growing causes of cancer incidence nd mortality in Australia.
The enclosed link is to an interesting article which provides food for thought. The article is based on findings from recent research by “University of Washington demographer Prof. Adrian Raftery- using modern statistical modelling and the latest data on population, fertility and mortality.
Have you head about the Reason Study? A report including the key findings is enclosed. “he REASON study compared patient data from three Melbourne hospitals (Austin, Alfred and RoyalMelbourne)