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Short term medical missions questioned

The effectiveness and sustainability of well-meaning but ad-hoc assistance organised by small institutions has come under scrutiny in new research. Flynn Murphy reports. Australian nurses and medics are among the top three in the world for providing short-term aid and ...

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A workforce solution for Australia?

Nurses would support the introduction of the physician’s assistant, as long as opportunities for the nursing profession were not compromised. Significant medical workforce shortages, particularly in rural and remote locations, have prompted a range of responses in Australia at both ...

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