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The great untold story

Australia’s chief nurses should call for history to be introduced into all nursing curricula, a leading historian on World War I nursing has said. Dr Kirsty Harris, from the school of historical studies at the University of Melbourne, said the ...

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Community care come rain, hail or shine

A significant period of Canberra’s nursing history is currently being recorded in a new book celebrating 100 years of community and district nursing. For the first time the history of district and community nursing in the nation’s capital territory is ...

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A profession shaped by adversity

Adaptability, innovation, and political savvy have endured throughout our nursing history. By Pamela Wood. The past has great potential. It is a rich source of ideas, insights and lessons to be learnt. It shows us our strengths and failings. It ...

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