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Kate Toon, the My Business Awards "Australian Businesswoman of the Year", is helping spread a little joy to the front-line health workers doing it tough in Sydney’s most affected COVID-19 postcodes, by sending cookies of positivity as a way of saying thanks.

Published in Health

GUEST OPINION by Emma Williams, Care Capacity Demand Management Program Manager, Capital & Coast District Health Board, New Zealand

Capital & Coast District Health Board (CCDHB) hospital services are based in Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city. We have around 2,800 nurses and midwives who serve a population of approximately 300,000 people from inside and outside the greater Wellington region.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Emma Williams, Care Capacity Demand Management Program Manager, Capital & Coast District Health Board, New Zealand

Capital & Coast District Health Board (CCDHB) hospital services are based in Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city. We have around 2,800 nurses and midwives who serve a population of approximately 300,000 people from inside and outside the greater Wellington region.

Published in Health

Australia’s Health Informatics Society (HISA) and the Digital Health Agency have joined forces to launch a new professional development program to identify the necessary digital health capabilities for nurses and midwives to further improve the quality, safety and efficiency of care that they deliver.

Published in Health

The Australian Digital Health Agency, in partnership with the Australian College of Nursing, is rolling out new e-learning modules on My Health Record to enhance nurses’ training.

Published in Health
Thursday, 10 July 2014 13:29

From clothes hoist to tech innovator

Australian company Hills, maker of the iconic Hills clothes hoist, is collaborating with researchers and designers at the University of South Australia to  design, develop and commercialise a new nurse handset for aged care residents living with arthritis.

Published in Development
Thursday, 08 May 2014 20:06

Ausmed app to educate nurses on-the-go

Monday 12 May marks International Nurses Day (IND) and also the launch of an app that will allow Australia’s 350,000 nurses and midwives to top up their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) registration requirements online.

Published in Education

Aiming to dramatically improve in-home patient care, especially for the elderly and those with chronic illnesses, Intel's new 'Health Guide' will make a real difference in easing the burden on patients, nurses, doctors and the medical/hospital system and taking home health into the 21st century.

Published in Home Tech

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