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New SA Health Minister Peter Malinauskas tours Royal Adelaide Hospital 19-09-2017

New South Australian Health Minister Peter Malinauskas took an impromptu tour of the new $2.4 billion Royal Adelaide Hospital last night, hours after being sworn in, to be confronted by “alarming” concerns from nurses about serious safety problems threatening patient care.

Queensland nursing exchange program: City nurses swap scrubs for adventure in the bush 19-09-2017

In the first exchange of its type in Queensland, four nurses have swapped jobs for three months.

Aged care shifts with one registered nurse 18-09-2017

The limited number of registered nurses rostered on to cover shifts at aged care homes at certain times has come under question. The issue was highlighted after influenza swept through several aged care homes in Tasmania and caused deaths.

Rural South Australian nurses are threatening industrial action at four rural hospitals 15-09-2017

NURSES are threatening industrial action at four rural hospitals, which could prevent patients from being admitted, amid claims staff shortages are compromising patient care.

Nurse walk-in centre planned for Gungahlin in ACT budget 31-05-2017

Gungahlin will receive a multi-million dollar healthcare boost when the ACT government reveals its annual budget early next week.

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Welcome to my blog. I thought I would kick off the blogs by keeping you up to date with what is changing on NurseCentral on a semi-regular basis.
Today (Friday 15th April 2005) we opened up the site to live beta testing.
There are a few known bugs and issues and probably dozens of as yet undiscovered ones.

We are keen to encourage new members to help us test out the site, so we are giving away Gold Key Holder status to all members who join up before 30 June 2005. Normal Fees will be $30 a year after that, but you can still access all the important features of the site without paying. You wont be able to contribute to the forums unless you join up (Free) but there has to be some accountability to publicly viewable forums.

Anway, welcome to NurseCentral and I hope you get as much enjoyment from using the site as we are having developing it. Let us know what you think in the forums.

Darren

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