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ACN commends Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s acknowledgement of the need to address nurse staffing levels and training in the aged care sector.
Mr Shorten made his comments on the ABC’s 7.30 program last night: “When it comes to aged-care facilities, no question in my mind, we need to make sure if we have the right number of nurses on duty, are we getting the right training for people...Read more
ACN is highlighting the important role nurses play in organ and tissue donation during DonateLife Week.
Led by the Organ and Tissue Authority, DonateLife Week (30 July-6 August) encourages Australians to register their donation decision and discuss their decision with loved ones.
Only one in three Australians have joined the Australian Organ Donor Register, despite 81 per cent...Read more
Nurses believe a national shared electronic health record has the potential to be an important tool in improving health outcomes, but must be assured their patient’s confidential medical information is secure and protected, the Australian College of Nursing said today.
Supporting people with diabetes to self-monitor and self-care empowers individuals, can improve long-term health outcomes, and is being encouraged by the Australian College of Nursing during National Diabetes Week.
Australian College of Nursing (ACN) Chief Executive Officer, Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN, said ACN had been vocal in its stance on people with diabetes patient self-...Read more
Expanding the National Immunisation Program to include refugees and humanitarian entrants as well as provide catch-up vaccines for children aged up to 19 will improve Australia’s overall health, nurse leaders say.
Australian College of Nursing (ACN) Chief Executive Officer, Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN, said the Federal Government’s announcement would save many lives including...Read more
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) sends its condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Victorian surgeon Dr Patrick Pritzwald-Stegmann, who died today following an alleged one-punch attack at work.
“It is with great sadness that today we learned of the passing of a fine doctor, husband and father,” ACN Chief Executive Officer, Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN, said.
Going home with the feeling that she’d made a difference in someone’s life that day is what Sharon Bilney says is the best part of being a nurse.
“When I was working at the hospital, it was just so nice to feel as though I’d made a difference, whether it was to an Aboriginal patient that day or educating a non-Aboriginal person about Aboriginal culture,” Ms Bilney, who belongs to the...Read more
Overnight temperatures may have plummeted to -3 degrees, but it wasn’t enough to deter Australian College of Nursing (ACN) boss Kylie Ward from raising funds and awareness for the homeless.
ACN Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN, joined 96 other CEOs and business leaders from around the ACT to sleep rough on Thursday night for The Vinnies CEO Sleepout. ...Read more
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) has applauded a $1.1 billion health package aimed at modernising suburban hospitals announced in the South Australian budget.
In handing down last night’s budget, Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis promised $528 million would be spent on a new Adelaide Women’s Hospital within the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, which is due to be opened in September.... Read more
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) has joined more than 30 leading health and medical organisations in supporting the release today of a national strategy to combat health impacts that can be attributable to our environment.
The Framework for a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being for Australia was launched at Parliament House this morning by the Climate and...Read more