The ANMJ is a journal for all Australian nurses and midwives, distributed to 91,882 nurses around Australia with a total readership of 134,148. The ANMJ offers news, features and analysis to keep nurses and midwives well informed. The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal - essential for good health... take one monthly.
Last month the nation turned its back on exclusion when the majority of Australians voted yes to marriage equality.
Have you ever wondered what’s involved in practising as a maternal and child health nurse? Natalie Dragon investigates the different aspects of the role and the significant difference these nurses can make to the lives of young families.
Australia’s former Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer, Dr Rosemary Bryant AO, has pledged to push for all nurses holding the power to prescribe following her appointment as a director to the Board of independent medicines information organisation NPS MedicineWise.
Dignity is a fundamental concept that defines how we interact and care for every person in our society. Our understanding of dignity and its significance for people at the end of life (EOL) is crucial to informing our day-to-day interactions with these patients.