In this white paper, the Australian College of Nursing maps a course for health service improvement. Some sectors of the Australian population are underserviced, in terms of timely, equitable access to health care. Australia's senior nursing workforce is underutilised and is a ready solution.
This report represents the outcome of the various consultations, debates, and discussions. It covers the educational preparation of nurses, as well as the factors that influence people to choose nursing as an occupation. The report also looks at how other countries view Australian nursing education.
A national survey of Australian nurses who work with people with intellectual and developmental disability
Nurses play a vital role in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disability (IDD), particularly those with chronic and complex physical or mental health problems. This project aims to redevelop the specialist practice standards for intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) nursing.
Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) honours a holistic and culturally safe approach to achieving optimal health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples and communities. This is their strategies to ensure that these approaches are understood and...
The aim of this report is to determine how far new healthcare information technology has changed in the past six years and how skills and attitudes within community services have adapted to these changes.
Educating the future nursing workforce to meet the health needs of people with intellectual and developmental disability
The purpose of this submission is to makes a series of recommendations specific to the Review's Terms of Reference with respect to the: "educational preparation required for nurses to meet future health, aged care and disability needs of the Australian community including clinical training".
The National Aged Care Survey was undertaken by the ANMF of staff working in residential and community aged care, to ascertain their concerns, experiences and views about working in the aged care sector. This survey follows up on a 2016 survey of staff and community...
Essentially, this Bill aims to improve nurse and midwife to patient ratios in various clinical settings within Victorian public hospitals.
Health Workforce 2025 (HW 2025) provides Australia's first major, long-term, national projections for doctors, nurses and midwives and presents the best available planning information on our future health workforce. It presents the need for essential co-ordinated, long-term reforms by government, professions and the higher education...