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  1. Ten Ways To Know You're Burning Out
    I don't agree, while relaxing and not being at work is great, there are nursing jobs out there, where you can look forward to going to work. How easy they are too get, where you live is a different...
    Sep 11, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. nurse/patient ratio
    Very interesting all posts, does the ANF have patient - ratio agreements in Oz states I wonder, I have done night ratios private hospital surg, 1:10, as routine
    Sep 7, '11
    Forum: International Nursing
  3. Ten Ways To Know You're Burning Out
    I have just had three months off, for a number of reasons, but I have always loved nursing, but once I made the call to leave the way others did, it took that long, to want to nurse again, (after...
    Sep 7, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. Paediatric nursing in Perth
    Try St John of God, Subi, they were looking for paeds nurse, sometimes the health department runs course to get people into paeds, have you tried PMH, or Joondalup
    Jul 24, '11
    Forum: International Nursing
  5. lost my mojo
    Thank you for your compassion Talaxandra, I am slowly feeling like going back to work, (at least my body wants to having woken me up before 8 last two days, lol,) I think I will ease my way...
    Jul 24, '11
    Forum: International Nursing
  6. lost my mojo
    I have never posted much here, worried I would be caught out! But could do with some advice, not from friends. After a difficult time in my last job, I left. Applied for three jobs, (two at same...
    Jul 18, '11
    Forum: International Nursing
  7. Student nurse wanting a clinical placement in Perth
    , Sorry Minnie, did u mean starting June 2011? I am not sure, but I know some unis here take exchange students then U can get a placement. Not sure if you can get without being attached to Western...
    Nov 18, '10
    Forum: International Nursing
  8. Discouraged by Nurses who hate their job
    I broke my wrist in my first year of nursing, the emergency I went to at the time, was on strike action, The nurse told me to quit my course, quite adamantly. I didn't listen, and ten years later...
    Jun 2, '10
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  9. Trying to get a job in adelaide
    I am not from Adelaide, but have you thought about applying for a Graduate program,. If you have less than 12 months experience than you would still be eligible. (I am curious, and they might be why...
    May 22, '10
    Forum: International Nursing
  10. Palliative Care Nursing
    I am doing post grad pall care at the moment, externally. Lot's of Australia uni offer post grad pall care. (cert level to masters). You can then keep working and study. But I would get a few years...
    May 6, '10
    Forum: International Nursing
  11. What to expect in a Hospice interview
    I hope I am not too late to help. If so how did you go? I imagine as hospice can be very emotionally challenging area, they will want to know your reasons for applying in that area. However can...
    Apr 5, '10
    Forum: Hospice Nursing
  12. Shift Work Can Cause IBS
    I used to get diarrhea around four to five in the morning on night shifts. But they could of been cause of all the rubbish food I ate on night shift.
    Apr 5, '10
    Forum: Nursing News
  13. Feels Like I'm Drowning... I Can't Seem to Get it!
    Back again, When I was grad I had huge time management issues, even in my 2nd year, but the place I worked never let Nurses miss breaks, or go on breaks without the buddy nurse covering. If...
    Mar 30, '10
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  14. Feels Like I'm Drowning... I Can't Seem to Get it!
    Hi, Its been ten years since I was a grad, (and yes you are a new grad, please remember how much nurturing you need in the first year, don't feel like you should be able to do it all on day one)...
    Mar 30, '10
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  15. "Evaluate and Treat" question
    thanks for the good explaination. everyone in australia is entitled to free medical care, including hospice, the doctors bill 'medicare' directly but all other services are free, not funded by the...
    Oct 25, '08
    Forum: Hospice Nursing
  16. Managing symptoms for a “good death”
    Thank you. On the job, i can be really emotionally present and emphatic (feedback from others) and can handle major bleeds and liver failures, etc or mental health crisis on my own (like my best...
    Oct 24, '08
    Forum: Hospice Nursing
  17. "Evaluate and Treat" question
    I am confused, how it works in Australia (well at least where i am) is once a doctor has made a referral to hospice at home, phone contact by the on duty RN is made, then admission time is planned...
    Oct 24, '08
    Forum: Hospice Nursing
  18. work issues
    Hi i need a career debrief! are the any palliative care nurse here?
    Oct 24, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  19. Managing symptoms for a “good death”
    Wow, i was looking to post about my dilemma, and the postings here as so eloquent, and emotionally intelligient. I have been a nurse for eight years, and have always liiked pall care in my general...
    Oct 24, '08
    Forum: Hospice Nursing
  20. australian nurses chat
    Hi Kate, I hope you don't mind me commenting, but i work in pall care in Perth. My obvious fear is that mu loved ones will get diagnosed, i really hope the universise gives you and your family a...
    Oct 24, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  21. My hands need a good hand cream!
    Anything natural, ie jurlique expensive but good. and if you use 'true natural products' with aromatherapy its good for your nose too! chemical based products dry your skin out in the end cause...
    Sep 24, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  22. mental health nurses whose children ( young  adults ) have schizophrenia
    Hi Debi, off the top off my head, i know no- one but i will get back to you asap. After having depression at work two years and hiding it but wanting people to realise it/ at the same time, i...
    Sep 24, '08
    Forum: International Nursing


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