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Myths about aged care nurses busted

It’s commonly thought that working as an aged care nurse comes with certain stereotypes. While some say it’s the end of a career, others believe helping people age is one of the most rewarding parts of the job. Envigor Home ...

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Aged workforce increases in size

With more than 240,000 workers employed in the aged care industry, its safe to admit that the workforce has been increasing steadily over the last five years.  According to The Aged Care Workforce 2012 survey, the number of registered nurses working ...

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Aged care divide wrong

Some nurses consider working with the elderly is not 'real' nursing but nothing could be further from the truth, writes Peter Kieseker. The implicit - and often explicit - message received during my study was: "Aged care - it's not ...

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Does the PC report deliver enough?

There have been mixed reactions to the Productivity Commission’s draft report into aged care. When so much change is need, there is little chance of everyone getting what they want. But, when so much change is needed, any move for ...

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