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In this podcast series, Dr. Wendy McIntosh PhD shares insights and strategies about developing and maintaining professional boundaries. Professional Boundaries are not limited to the clinical or therapeutic arena. If you are in a professional role – a teacher, support worker, police officer, a prison officer, council worker, hairdresser.
Whilst rare non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug-induced meningitis is something to consider when there are signs and symptoms of aseptic meningitis. The first drug-induced case was first reported in 1978.
Nicole Nash-Arnold from Nurse Manager HQ and myself, Sue Walker from the Nurses for Nurses Network and the Nursing CPD Institute recently created the Nursing and Midwifery Emporium as the home of the This Nursing Life podcast.
Can you get this month's Nursing Trivia questions correct without Google?
Why is the Mind-Gut Connection So Powerful? In February this year, the first-ever population-level study on the link between gut bacteria and mental health showed that the prevalence or absence of specific bacteria in the gut is linked to depression. The study,...
This paper reviewed suicide rates from 2004 – 2014 in young people aged between 10 and 24 years old in Australia.
End of life law can be complicated to navigate as each state and territory in Australia is different. To assist the aged care sector the ELDAC website has been created.
Last week I was contacted by Channel 9 to film a segment for Today Extra on how to deal with belly fat. I was asked to discuss beer belly’s, post-pregnancy belly’s, stress belly’s and bloated belly’s.
Can you get all three questions correct?