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Articles from The Lamp (February 1, 2015)

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A helping hand for injured workers. Brief article 184
Access to CINAHL Plus with Full Text. Brief article 113
Aged care profits jump 159% in one year: an annual survey by Bentleys chartered accountants has revealed that aged care homes more than doubled their profitability on average last year; in large part by cutting the hours of care delivered by RNs. Brief article 229
Big banks want a share of your super: the federal government's Financial System Inquiry, led by ex-Commonwealth Bank head David Murray, has recommended changes that could undermine Australia's successful and widely admired superannuation system. 494
Challenging assumptions and myths. Brief article 223
Diary dates--conferences, seminars, meetings. Conference news 571
Employer push to cut penalty rates: employer groups chose Christmas as the starting date for a campaign to cut penalty rates in a host of industries including hospitality and retail. Brief article 223
Experts debunk GP tax rationale. Brief article 225
Experts give Dutton a "D": when online health blog Croakey asked health professionals for their opinion about Peter Dutton's tenure as federal health minister they received a range of damning assessments. Brief article 160
Finding Meaning in the Experience of Dementia: The Place of Spiritual Reminiscence Work. Book review 157
Fundamentals of Nursing Case Studies. Book review 116
GP co-payment fiasco: as The Lamp went to press the Abbott government was on to its second health minister and the third version of its discredited GP co-payment plan. 691
Health on voters' agenda in NSW: a quarter of voters in New South Wales have nominated health and hospitals as the most important issue in deciding how they will vote in the March 28 state election, according to a Fairfax/Ipsos poll. Brief article 112
Hockey hands tax dodgers $600m gift: there were 600 million reasons for champagne to be quaffed in the corporate boardrooms of Australia at Christmas, when Treasurer Joe Hockey reneged on his promise to impose tough new tax avoidance rules on multinational companies. Brief article 149
How to promote a healthy debate. Cover story 594
Informing against the fear mongers. Barry, Eddie Letter to the editor 233
Janice (Jan) Elizabeth Stow: an incredible legacy. Staunton, Patricia J.; Meppem, Judith L. Obituary 774
Learning leave declined. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 232
Managing Workplace Conflict: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Australia. Book review 163
Mandatory detention will affect us all. Sheahan, M. Ruth Letter to the editor 179
Medicare and public health are sustainable and cost efficient: governments are quick to use economic arguments to justify cuts to healthcare spending--but there are compelling economic arguments for a well-resourced public health care system with sufficient nurses. Holmes, Brett Editorial 573
More nurses saves more money. 185
National recognition for Prince of Wales nurse: emergency Nurse of the Year Wayne Varndell says his proudest achievement is his involvement in the establishment of a new clinic that has motivated more of his colleagues to pursue nurse practitioner careers. 819
No diamonds, but satisfaction is a gem. Childs, Karen Letter to the editor 182
Nursing 'foundational to safety': safety measures will be ineffective if the role of nurses is ignored, researcher warns. Cover story 529
Older workers hardest hit. 684
One Piece of Advice: Words to Guide You Through Early Breast Cancer (1st ed.). Book review 130
Penny pinching at Blacktown puts patients at risk: a serious shortage of nurses in the Blacktown ED in January has highlighted the urgent need for mandated nurse-to-patient ratios of 1:3 in emergency departments. 450
Poor practice in pharmacy. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 319
Profit over care in privatisation push. Quealy, Mark Letter to the editor 113
Ratios save lives: an international study has shown that patients suffer when nurses are forced to work without safe staffing ratios. Cover story 728
Regions put spotlight on ratios: nurses in Goulburn have put health care at the top of the agenda for the state election on March 28. Cover story 922
RNs needed for safe effective aged care. 501
Rose Water. Montgomery, Cathie; Kennedy, Greg Movie review 396
Seven-day NHS: threat to patient safety: a plan to offer a full range of NHS services at weekends--without an increase in resources--has been attacked by the British Medical Association. Brief article 124
Super's safety net under threat. 577
Testamur to AHPRA. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 194
That Sugar Film. Video recording review 154
The Abbott government began 2015 with a new Cabinet lineup including a new Minister for Health, Sussan Ley. 527
The Judge. Video recording review 122
Unemployment hits high: Australia's unemployment rate has hit a 12-year high of 6.3 per cent, with former Treasury secretary Martin Parkinson warning "we want to avoid the risk that cyclical unemployment develops into structural unemployment, which would create significant social and economic costs". Brief article 203
Update on Ramsay negotiations: negotiations between private hospital operator Ramsay Healthcare and the NSWNMA continue. Brief article 220
What We Did On Our Holiday. Collins, Meg Movie review 282
Who's looking after your super? The role of unions in industry super. 1255

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