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  1. Immigration detention
    Has anyone experienced working for Ihms (international health and medical services) as a mental health nurse? I have considered working in immigration detention, however, hold a some reservations. ...
    Dec 5, '12
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  2. The cost of remote area nursing!
    I have met nurses working for Kaola nursing agency based in QLD. There hourly rate was quiet a bit higher when compared to other agencies.
    Mar 28, '10
    Forum: International Nursing
  3. Filipino nurses in adelaide
    Hi, as far as accommodation goes try looking online at the Advertiser News paper. To give you a very rough idea, you will be looking at a minimum of $250 a week, and rising from this. You might want...
    Jan 19, '10
    Forum: International Nursing
  4. Most lucrative nursing specialty in Australia
    Hi there, in Australia nurses wages are governed by the state award for nurses according to which state you work in. A post grad qualification allowance is paid for speciatly nurses eg, ICU, MHN...
    Dec 30, '09
    Forum: International Nursing
  5. The cost of remote area nursing!
    Thanks for the feed back. I have just gone online to look at the so called benefits package by the QLD government for nurses going remote. The financial benefits on offer are $3000 for the first year...
    Dec 28, '09
    Forum: International Nursing
  6. The cost of remote area nursing!
    Hi All, some considerations to accepting a remote area nursing contract. The cost of living, food, internet, phone and alcohol is super expensive. Everything else is just very very expensive. Go...
    Dec 24, '09
    Forum: International Nursing
  7. First Prac...
    Pretty nerve racking stuff, real patients and not just dummies. Apart from all of the clinical opportunities in your placement I think picking up on time management if you can will be really helpful...
    Nov 4, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  8. Victorian nurses unprotected industrial action
    That sounds great, and only 8 months at Uni. Good to see that the Victorian nurses got a pay rise but what a struggle
    Oct 25, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  9. Aussie breasts of steel?
    Toursism alive and well in Pinjarra! Might have to stop in for a coldy
    Oct 25, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  10. Kick your feet up!
    Good point there is more to life then just nursing, good to find out what people do for fun and or relaxation and retirement does sound like the go but I have got a way to go yet. To relax I go...
    Oct 25, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  11. Victorian nurses unprotected industrial action
    It is quiet interesting following the industrial termoil in Vic and see the inner workings of the black hearted Brumby government in all its glory, desperately trying to open beds and dismiss the...
    Oct 19, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  12. Nursing Crisis
    It was interesting to See Mr Rudd's grab at votes with his initiative to fix the nursing crisis with attracting nurses who have left the work force with a meager $3000 on returning to work in public...
    Oct 17, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  13. Victorian nurses unprotected industrial action
    Victorian Nurses face heavy fines if they take industrial action over a long and bitter pay dispute with the Brumby State government. Follow the link for the full story:...
    Oct 4, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  14. Pay rise offered to new teachers
    The W.A state government is tackling Western Australia's chronic teacher shortage, by offering first year graduates up to $70,000 a year consisting of a base salary of $50,000. This reminds me...
    Oct 4, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  15. Nursing Low pay, high demand!
    Hi 2B and others, you may be interested to hear what the State Government of W.A is doing to tackle the shortage of teachers. It is offering first year graduates up to $70,000 a year, consisting of a...
    Oct 4, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  16. Nursing Low pay, high demand!
    [quote=AusNurse2B;2387552]So true. 60% of australian nurses are aged 40 and over...by 2010 it is estimated that there will need to be 10,000-15,000 new graduates PER YEAR to fill the workforce....
    Oct 3, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  17. Nurse Stabbed
    I agree we certainly see a cross section of the community, the good, the bad and the very, very ugly! Nurses are perceived to be soft targets for offenders. There is little to no consequence for the...
    Sep 19, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  18. Nurse Stabbed
    Thought that you may be interested in this article I found at Perth Now, on the internet. I am a Psych nurse and no longer work in the specialty, and yes I have been assaulted at work. Have you...
    Sep 18, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  19. Would you recommend nursing?
    I am sure there are other industries with difficult industrial issues to face as well, but lets focuss on nursing. It is a fact that there is a chronic shortage of nurses. The nursing students who do...
    Sep 18, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  20. Fired!  Working again but HATE where I am right now!(Sorry LONG)
    Ok, Clinical based practice, from my understanding you were fired for a perceived drug error, the medical team did not find the drug interaction problematic, therefore leave your CV as is and...
    Sep 18, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  21. Would you recommend nursing?
    I was just wondering who would recommend nursing as a career choice? I have certainly given a few home truths about the profession of nursing. To name but a few; Hazardous work environment The...
    Sep 16, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  22. Making things better for nurses in the Philippines
    :welcome:Hi, I have just read your post and it is certainly heartening to read the professional support that you have for your the Nursing profession. I have been to the Phillipines and have fond...
    Sep 16, '07
    Forum: Nursing in the Philippines
  23. Fired!  Working again but HATE where I am right now!(Sorry LONG)
    Nursing is very cut throat and unforgiving. A caring profession we are told! Caring for who the patient but not each other it would seem at times. Bit of a tricky situation you have got your self...
    Sep 9, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  24. a few questions about australia
    What can I say such a big country so many great locations. I have been all over Australia and have worked in quiet a lot of locations from the country to the city in hospitals nursing posts and mine...
    Sep 9, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  25. W.A pollies get 4.5% pay rise
    Consider this for a moment. Western Australian MPs have been given a 4.5% pay rise, by the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal,giving backbenchers an increase of $5000 to $123,780 and the Premier an...
    Sep 1, '07
    Forum: International Nursing


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