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Queensland election: Labor guarantees 4,000 graduate nurses under $111 million-plan 25-01-2015

Queensland's Opposition leader has guaranteed 4,000 graduate nurses will be employed for at least a year under a $111 million-plan if Labor is elected.

Team-based care using home monitoring technologies 26-01-2015

Preliminary results from a integrated home telehealth project involving team care arrangements and a variety of readily available technologies has shown that cost savings through nurse visiting and travel time can offset the cost of the equipment, and potentially lead to better health outcomes for patients living at home.

Toowoomba nurse wins national accolades 25-01-2015

TOOWOOMBA Hospital clinical nurse consultant Robyn Dealtry's work in pain management has earned her a national accolade.

Review of penalty rates: Nurses and hospitality workers hit out at proposed changes 23-01-2015

Nurses and hospitality workers have lashed out at the Abbott government's Productivity Commission industrial relations review, which was accidentally released early on Thursday.

Nursing jobs face the axe in sweeping changes at RDNS 22-01-2015

Nursing jobs are under threat as the Royal District Nursing Service (RDNS) moves to cut 84 positions.

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Queensland election: Labor guarantees 4,000 graduate nurses under $111 million-plan - ABC News

Queensland's Opposition leader has guaranteed 4,000 graduate nurses will be employed for at least a year under a $111 million-plan if Labor is elected.

Team-based care using home monitoring technologies - Pulse+IT

Preliminary results from a integrated home telehealth project involving team care arrangements and a variety of readily available technologies has shown that cost savings through nurse visiting and travel time can offset the cost of the equipment, and potentially lead to better health outcomes for patients living at home.

Toowoomba nurse wins national accolades - The Chronicle

TOOWOOMBA Hospital clinical nurse consultant Robyn Dealtry's work in pain management has earned her a national accolade.

Review of penalty rates: Nurses and hospitality workers hit out at proposed changes - SMH

Nurses and hospitality workers have lashed out at the Abbott government's Productivity Commission industrial relations review, which was accidentally released early on Thursday.

Nursing jobs face the axe in sweeping changes at RDNS - NCAH

Nursing jobs are under threat as the Royal District Nursing Service (RDNS) moves to cut 84 positions.

‘Balance your books then cover your ass’ – why nursing leadership needs to change - The Conversation

Having recently completed a 50-year career in nursing and health research and development I am often asked to talk to newly graduating students.

Job cuts cost patient lives: Qld nurses - Perth Now

THE Queensland government denies its public health job cuts have put patients' lives at risk.

Royal District Nursing Service to close 10 Victorian offices, cut 84 jobs - Herald Sun

NURSES caught up in the job cuts at Victoria’s largest home nursing service will vent their anger at a meeting organised by their union.

Labor pledges nurse to patient ratios for Queensland - NCAH

Queensland will legislate nurse to patient ratios under a Labor state government.

Health: Making real connections - SMH

Nurse Susan Power says one part of continued care nursing she particularly enjoys is having regular contact with patients on extended hospital stays.