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Nurses Making a Difference: Aboard the Africa Mercy

Last month, the MV Africa Mercy arrived in Tamatave, Madagascar laden not with goods to trade but rather with over 400 volunteers and the medical supplies and expertise needed to operate a modern medical centre. The Africa Mercy is the largest private floating hospital in the world. It serves the poorest of the poor […]

By |December 2nd, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Nurses Address Baby Boomer Health

Born between 1946 and 1961, Australia’s baby boomer generation is aging. Now in their 60s and beyond, boomers are changing the demographics of elder-care throughout the country, and, according to the Australian government, “putting a greater strain on Australia’s hospitals, aged-care services and pensions.”


The United States is experiencing a similar expansion in the need […]

By |November 25th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

How to manage your career in nursing

If you have just started a career in nursing in Australia you may be absolutely overwhelmed with the job itself as well as the opportunities that you have for employment across the country. Planning your future as well as understanding how to maintain your health and sanity through the first days on the job […]

By |November 24th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Leaders Masterclass

1 in 5 Australian suffers a mental illness. And it goes to work with them.
Leaders, HR Professionals and WHS advisers are on the ‘front line’ when it comes managing stressed employees. With 1 in 5 Australian adults suffering from a mental illness, that employee performance or behavioral problem you are dealing with right now […]

By |September 4th, 2014|Event|0 Comments|

Training for Medical Emergencies in General Medical Practice

APNA in conjunction with Cynergex Group Pty Ltd, will be conducting the Management of Medical Emergencies in the General Medical Practice workshops in VIC, NSW, SA and TAS in 2014.

Management of the emergency patient is a subject familiar to primary health care nurses working in general practice. However, the opportunity to train with the practice team […]

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    The practice nurse role: An overview of typical patient encounters

The practice nurse role: An overview of typical patient encounters

Practice nurses are true generalist nurses. They provide care to patients across the life spectrum that provide true cradle to grave nursing care and health management.

The following provides an overview of the typical types of care or patient encounters that practice nurses carry out in the primary care setting of the GP surgery or clinics […]

By |September 3rd, 2014|Nurse Role|0 Comments|

Study Tips for Student Nurses

Here are some general tips and tools for use in your study plan.  They are of a general nature only and may not work for everyone.  Remember, we all approach our studies differently.  What works for one, may not work for another.

Set your study goals and create a flexible study plan: In order to […]

By |September 3rd, 2014|Study Tips|0 Comments|

Fill in Job Placement Positions (LOCUM SERVICES)

What is NAHRLS?
The Nursing & Allied Health Rural Locum Scheme (NAHRLS) is part of the Australian Government’s National Health and Hospital Network Reform agenda and aims to remove some of the barriers rural and remote health professionals face in accessing leave.

NAHRLS enables rural and remote professionals to take leave by finding suitable locums to back-fill […]

By |September 3rd, 2014|Job Placement|0 Comments|

A nurses response with poem

I have found a really moving Poem from a patient to her nurses.  A few years later, another poem was published, seemingly in response to this one.  Very touching and brought a tear to my eye….
A Young Girl Still Dwells
What do you see, nurse, what do you see?
Are you thinking when you look at […]

By |September 3rd, 2014|Nurses|0 Comments|

Travel Nurse

by Megan Speight

For those looking for a change, the concept of travel nursing may appeal. The idea was first

brought about to cover the shortage experienced in some hospitals around the Country and nurses

are offered temporary positions within different hospitals and settings. They are expected to be well

knowledgeable, have a couple of years experience behind them, preferably in a specialty role and to

be able to adapt quickly. Many hospitals will have a minimal induction and expect applicants to be

independent and confident in their chosen roles.

There are many perks to this type of role including: –

higher pay rate
free accommodation and travel
more experience in management and senior roles
an increase in skills and adaptability
seeing different parts of the country and world.

Many nurses choose to join recruiting agencies, who submit applications around the country and

once employed, liaise with them on your behalf. H1 Healthcare are currently looking for qualified

nurses to fill positions across various parts of NSW. For help on preparing a Resume, see our

career page or email us on info@nurse2nurse.com.au.

Here are a few agencies to contact that organise placement for travel nurses. I would also advise

talking to people who have had this experience, who might add valuable insight. Have a few places

in mind where you would like to go, and research research research. It certainly sounds exciting,

and a great way to combine a fulfilling career and a beautiful travel portfolio.

H1 Healthcare (02) 9275 8882

Nursing Australia 13 10 95

Express Nursing 1300737599

Healthcare Australia 1300 422 247

Travel Nurse Info personal posts from experience


By |July 24th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|