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Attacks on ambos jump in SA 28-05-2015

The number of attacks on ambulance officers is on the rise in South Australia, prompting a new awareness campaign. Attacks on ambulance officers in South Australia have jumped more than 70 per cent during the past three years, prompting a new camp

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A modified version of herpes has been effective against cancer, the first time an advanced-stage trial of the type of drug has shown such positive results. A genetically modified herpes virus has been effective in fighting skin cancer by infecting

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    The number of attacks on ambulance officers is on the rise in South Australia, prompting a new awareness campaign. Attacks on ambulance officers in South Australia have jumped more than 70 per cent during the past three years, prompting a new camp

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  • Study supports early HIV treatment 28-05-2015

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  • Nursing shortage expected to worsen 27-05-2015

    Australian nurses are feeling disheartened and underappreciated with several surveys finding increasing numbers of nurses are considering leaving their jobs and even exiting the profession. The exodus from the nursing profession, which fell during

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  • The future of aged care nursing in Australia 27-05-2015

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  • Aged Care wages can't be ignored 27-05-2015

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  • WA nurses to be the highest paid in Australia 27-05-2015

    Western Australian nurses have won their fight to become the highest paid nurses in the country. The state’s 13,000 nurses will receive a 14.7 per cent pay rise over three years, with no loss of conditions, after the government negotiated a

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  • Nursing scholarship in memory of Carol Friday 27-05-2015

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