“What Nurses Want,” the first national survey on nurses’ attitudes to work and work conditions in Australia
The survey was carried out by the Monash University Department of Management, to find out about nurses' attitudes to work and work conditions in Australia.
Primary health care in Australia | A nursing and midwifery consensus view
This consensus view paper outlines nurses and midwives vision for the development of a comprehensive primary health care strategy across Australia.
Nursing in primary health care roundtable report
Five national nursing organisations, now forming the Primary Health Care Working Group, held a roundtable at Parliament House in Canberra to discuss with other health professions the role of nurses in the delivery of primary health care.
Ensuring quality, safety and positive patient outcomes | Why investing in nursing makes $ense
Demonstrating the value and contributions nurses make to positive patient outcomes, this paper also highlights the economic and human costs associated with poor access to quality nursing care.
Balancing risk and safety for our community | Unlicensed workers in the health and aged care system
This paper explores the issues related to unlicensed health workers and outlines a range of options for regulating those currently providing direct care.
Maternity, paternity and parental leave | Survey report results 2008
The purpose of the survey was to determine nurses'and midwives’views on paid maternity, paternity and parental leave to inform our submission to the productivity commission.
Access Economics Report on Nurses in Residential Aged Care
This report examines changes in the residential aged care (RAC) workforce over recent years and their implications for the future, in terms of the workforce mix, emerging critical shortages and implications for quality of care.