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The right risks lead to success

Your appetite for risk at critical moments determines whether or not you will do what it takes to succeed in the long run. By Michael Licenblat It’s easy to get things done when nothing stands in your way. It’s harder ...

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Nursing placements model gets first feedback

A school that spreads out aged-care work placements across the semesters for those enrolled in a bachelor of nursing has had its first cohort of students provide feedback about the approach. RSL LifeCare, Narrabeen and the Australian Catholic University’s School of ...

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GP woe: judging seniors’ ability to run finances

GPs need more help assessing the capacity of elderly patients to make informed financial decisions, states a paper published by University of Queensland researchers in the Medical Journal of Australia. Co-author Dr Paul Gardiner, of the university’s school of public health, said ...

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Nurses dig in over RDNS service changes

Victorian nurses are calling on the state’s Royal District Nursing Service to stage the introduction of its new services model over a longer time period and are demanding a range of guarantees for any staff the changes affect. The demands come ...

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