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Labor’s $2.5b aged care promise

Australian aged care homes would have a registered nurse on site 24 hours a day, staff would get a pay rise and residents would have better care under a $2.5bn overhaul promised by the federal opposition. Anthony Albanese used his ...

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Chief Executive Officer’s report

The need for a comprehensive nursing and midwifery workforce strategy has never been more apparent, writes Debra Cerasa. Like the rest of Australia, the July-August period was a blur for us at RCNA as we keenly watched the federal election ...

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Waiting game

More than a week after the federal election and voters still don't know who their next government will be. The nursing profession has been silent as it waits with the rest of the country to find out which party will ...

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Time for health policies

The result of the federal election will be pivotal for primary health care, say nurses. Annie May writes. The federal election is just weeks away and nurses are being urged to push both parties to commit to a workable and ...

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