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Save on public health, go green

The benefits of taking action on climate change now exceed the financial and health costs of further delays.  As a member of the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), the Australian College of Nursing recognises the likely threat of climate change ...

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Listening to the voice of nursing

Debra Thoms, the head of the Australian College of Nursing, talks to Amie Larter about the merger and current focus of the organisation What first prompted your choice for a career in nursing? When I left school I could not ...

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Thoms to head up new college

The Australian College of Nursing has appointed Adjunct Professor Debra Thoms as the inaugural CEO. Here she speaks with Linda Belardi about her priorities and passion for the unified professional peak body. The unification of the Royal College of Nursing, ...

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