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Sarah Pettenon, Lifeview Residential Care

10/10/2017
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Sarah Pettenon, manager of person directed care at Lifeview Residential Care, on walking the Kokoda Trail.

Duration: 00:27:48


Sam Miller

10/4/2017
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Sam Miller, an Intensive Care Unit lecturer-practitioner and postgraduate course coordinator with La Trobe University, on the role of the lecturer-practitioner in reducing the theory-practice gap in nursing podcast education.

Duration: 00:24:50


Jan Becker, midwife

10/3/2017
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Jan Becker, registered nurse, midwife and chief executive of Becker Helicopters, on working in both the business and health arenas, and volunteering in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Duration: 00:36:18


Jane Frost, University of Canberra

9/28/2017
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University of Canberra assistant professors of nursing Jane Frost on using hologram technology in nurse education.

Duration: 00:20:56


Ian Heard, Microsoft Australia

9/25/2017
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Ian Heard, general manager of digital workplace & collaboration at Microsoft Australia, on survey of heath workers' views on technology in the sector.

Duration: 00:32:26


Doug Mcconnell, Charles Sturt University

9/7/2017
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Dr Doug McConnell, from the Charles Sturt University's School of Humanities and Social Sciences, on conscientious objection.

Duration: 00:45:28


Del Lovett, Charles Darwin University

8/30/2017
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Del Lovett, a PhD candidate at Charles Darwin University, on the perception of primary healthcare nurses (PHCN) in men’s health services and men’s expectation of the nurse.

Duration: 00:48:26


Carol Bennett, Painaustralia

8/29/2017
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Painaustralia chief executive Carol Bennett on opioid misuse.

Duration: 00:20:07


Marie-Anne Schull, Karuna

8/24/2017
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Marie-Anne Schull, from palliative care provider Karuna, on workplace grief and loss.

Duration: 00:30:48


Eileen Willis, Flinders University

7/31/2017
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Emeritus professor Eileen Willis from Flinders University, on the link between austerity and missed nursing care.

Duration: 00:51:16


Tracy Flenady, CQUniversity

7/20/2017
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CQUniversity doctoral researcher Tracy Flenady on the importance of respiratory rate checks.

Duration: 00:26:34


Peter Tatham, Griffith University

7/17/2017
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Professor of humanitarian logistics at Griffith University Dr Peter Tatham on using drones to deliver medical supplies over long distances.

Duration: 00:54:12


Dana Wong, Monash University

7/13/2017
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Are smartphones making our brains lazy? It’s a common concern about the devices and their handy memory tools but Australian researchers say these applications are more helpful than harmful. Nursing Review speaks with Dr Dana Wong, senior lecturer in clinical neuropsychology at Monash University to discuss a study into the impact of smartphone memory aids on a person’s memory.

Duration: 00:22:13


Robert Amery, University of Adelaide

7/10/2017
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Dr Robert Amery, head of linguistics, at the University of Adelaide on the communication gap between health professionals and First Nation's Australians living in remote communities.

Duration: 00:42:50


Catherine Bellantonio, Genea

7/3/2017
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Catherine Bellantonio, a nurse coordinator with IVF and fertility clinic Genea, on the complex conversations she must navigate in her role and the impact of technology.

Duration: 00:23:48


Sue Lenthall, Flinders University

6/28/2017
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Flinders University associate professor Sue Lenthall on reducing occupational stress among remote area nurses.

Duration: 00:39:26


Chanaka Wijeratne, Aged Care Psychiatry Service

6/22/2017
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Adjunct associate professor Chanaka Wijeratne, psychiatrist with the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District’s Aged Care Psychiatry Service on the Domestic Violence and Older People forum.

Duration: 00:44:36


Anthony Tuckett, University of Queenslan

6/14/2017
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Dr Anthony Tuckett, from the University of Queensland, on the importance of images of nursing when it comes to recruiting the next generation of nurses.

Duration: 00:19:45


Lisa McDonald, St Vincent’s Health Australia

6/13/2017
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St Vincent’s Health Australia group mission leader Lisa McDonald on the provider’s efforts to change the way its hospitals treat trafficked people and ensure its goods and services are slavery-free.

Duration: 00:26:03


Thea van de Mortel, Griffith University

6/9/2017
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Associate professor Thea van de Mortel from Griffith University on students' preparedness for clinical placement in prison health services.

Duration: 00:34:01

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