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Business as usual - RDNS 18-05-2015

CLIENT services formally provided by nurses at the former Royal District Nursing Service offices at Rosebud and Frankston are now being handled from Moorabbin.

Sandra Gilbert wins SA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Award 18-05-2015

Nurse and midwife, Sandra Gilbert from Myponga, has been honored with an SA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Award.

Health service pays homage to nurses 14-05-2015

THE world celebrated one of the most respected professions this week and Port Fairy joined in.

Casey Hospital emergency department evacuated because of violent patient 14-05-2015

Terrified patients and staff had to be evacuated from the emergency department of one of Melbourne's busiest hospitals on Wednesday night because of a violent patient.

Nurses return to special school taking pressure off teachers 14-04-2015

Two full-time nurses will be reinstated in a Canberra special school after a trial of a nursing telephone hotline left teachers in charge of complex medical procedures including peg feeding, insulin injections and seizure management.

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Business as usual - RDNS - Bayside News

CLIENT services formally provided by nurses at the former Royal District Nursing Service offices at Rosebud and Frankston are now being handled from Moorabbin.

Sandra Gilbert wins SA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Award - Victor Harbor Times

Nurse and midwife, Sandra Gilbert from Myponga, has been honored with an SA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Award.

Health service pays homage to nurses - Moyne Gazette

THE world celebrated one of the most respected professions this week and Port Fairy joined in.

Casey Hospital emergency department evacuated because of violent patient - The Age

Terrified patients and staff had to be evacuated from the emergency department of one of Melbourne's busiest hospitals on Wednesday night because of a violent patient.

Nurses return to special school taking pressure off teachers - ACT News

Two full-time nurses will be reinstated in a Canberra special school after a trial of a nursing telephone hotline left teachers in charge of complex medical procedures including peg feeding, insulin injections and seizure management.

Nurses could only watch soldiers die - The Chronicle

BEHIND every soldier on the front lines at Gallipoli was a nurse waiting to treat his injuries - and, in far too many cases, to watch him die.

island of Lemnos Anzac nurses remembered - SMH

Florence Elizabeth McMillan. The perfect first name for a wartime nurse. She was known as Betha by her family.

Australian Nursing Federation calls for HIV testing at Fiona Stanley Hospital - Perth Now

WA’s health minister has dismissed as “scaremongering” claims that patients at Perth’s new hospital have been operated on with contaminated equipment.

Australia’s oldest known surviving WWII nurse and Legacy widow offered a lifetime of service - Herald Sun

AS Australia’s oldest known surviving World War II nurse, 101-year-old Anne Leach has offered a lifetime of service.

Victorian Govt committed to mandating staff and keeping beds - Australian Ageing Agenda

Legislating ratios and retaining state-owned aged care facilities are key policy platforms for the new Labor Government in Victoria. But is it good policy?