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An employer reported a complaint that one of their nurses failed to form therapeutic relationships and demonstrated poor professional standards.

14/11/2019

RN Harriett was 45, originally from Southeast Asia, and had lived in Australia since 2004.

14/11/2019

The Council received a complaint about RN Sarah’s performance from her community health services employer. Sarah was 55 and had been registered as a nurse since the 1980’s.

14/11/2019

Trigger warning: This article discusses mental health and suicide, which some readers may find distressing.

18/10/2019

From Annmaree Nicholls, Professional Officer

18/12/2018

Sarah came to the attention of the Council after a complaint was received from her employer.

05/10/2018

On March 1 the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia released the new Code of conduct fo

25/05/2018

The Council received a notification in relation to a patient who presented at an Emergency Unit with a loss of vision and an unrelenting headache.

18/05/2018

In order to practise in Australia and under the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme, all nurses and midwives must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA),

18/04/2019

All practicing health practitioners are required to participate regularly in CPD relevant to their scope of practice in order to maintain, develop, update and enhance their knowledge, skills and pe

13/11/2019