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Articles from The Lamp (November 1, 2017)

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2018 NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association Election of Branch Delegates and Alternate Delegates. Dawson, Neale Conference notes 787
ACTU blasts secret Chinese deals: Chinese workers are being brought to Australia under secret deals with pay rates far below our minimum wage. 386
An appraisal of aged care. 331
Antipsychotic use for behaviours by persons with dementia in residential aged care: the relatives' perspectives. De Bellis, Anita; Bradley, Sandra; Xiao, Lily Dongxia; Belan, Ingrid; Wallace, Tim 202
Assessment and management of acute pain in older people: barriers and facilitators to nursing practice. Fitzgerald, Sally; Tripp, Henrietta; Halksworth-Smith, Gillian 139
Australia needs a pay rise. Even the International Monetary Fund agrees: The Federal Court decision to uphold cuts to penalty rates for 700,000 low-paid workers is more evidence that the rules aren't working for working people, but are working very well for business. 744
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation New South Wales Branch Summary of Financial Information for the Year Ended 30 June 2017. 711
Backfilling absences. Kiejda, Judith 113
Banks seek to swallow Super: New Turnbull government legislation pushes the commercial interests of the big banks. 527
Bernie's bill promises Medicare for all: The veteran United States senator has started a national conversation on the need for a universal health care system and he has already garnered promising support. 450
Comply with Award ratios, LHD told: Industrial Relations Commission says managers must not breach minimum staffing standards. 897
Dilemmas with the dying. Letter to the editor 271
Enough is enough. Holmes, Brett 652
Escape & unwind at the stunning OAKS CYPRESS LAKES RESORT: HUNTER VALLEY. 126
Extreme overtime. Kiejda, Judith 156
Fact finding outcome. Kiejda, Judith 167
Graduate nurses' experience of feedback, support and anxiety: a pilot study. Gardiner, Isabelle; Sheen, Jane Brief article 139
Grandparents weave their magic for marriage equality. Pitt, Megan Letter to the editor 381
Health threats in booming Asian factory farming: An explosion in Asian factory farming could increase antibiotic resistance and the spread of bird flu, according to a new study. Brief article 220
Heart health linked to postcode: Heart disease deaths in NSW are 50 per cent higher in disadvantaged, rural and remote areas. Brief article 229
IMF: tax the rich to reduce inequality: In its half-yearly financial report, the International Monetary Fund said taxing the super-rich would help reduce inequality without having an adverse impact on growth. 810
John Hunter votes for work bans. 581
Lawman turns law breaker. Brief article 265
make a date. Calendar 592
Move more during the day: it's healthier than the gym: Taking the stairs or walking is more likely to protect against heart disease than working out at the gym according to a new study. Brief article 221
Nurses reject dangerous work practice: Mental health nurses in Albury force authorities to shut down and remodel an unsafe facility. 557
Obesity to cost Australia $21 billion by 2025: The rising costs of treating obesity-linked diseases could financially cripple health systems worldwide, according to a new report. 210
Part time at Ramsay. Kiejda, Judith 136
Patients robbed of 'guaranteed' care: CEO promises "fast track" recruitment after Union exposes massive nursing hours deficits. Cover story 842
Politicians need to be more positive about assisted dying. Levett, Coral Letter to the editor 543
Preventing suicide among construction workers: A program seeking to reduce high rates of suicide among construction workers has received a funding boost from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). Brief article 163
Rally demands staffing fix for John Hunter: Nurses' anger is fuelled by news that management broke industrial law. 625
Redundancy rights returned at Manly and Mona Vale hospitals. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 245
Resurgence in diseases once thought beaten: New and powerful strains of malaria and other superbugs are emerging on Australia's doorstep. Report 215
Shellharbour's still fighting. Rodriguez, Nadia Letter to the editor 180
Sick leave without pay. Kiejda, Judith 115
Sixty Years a Nurse. 141
The Art of Clinical Supervision: the Traffic Light System for the Delegation of Care. Russell, Kylie; Williamson, Sarah; Hobson, Ann Brief article 127
The Basic Science Of Oncology. 117
The Essentials of Nursing Leadership. 117
The Killing of a Sacred Deer. Pich, Jacqui 541
US nurses pitch in to help Puerto Rico: The United States government didn't do much to help Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria but a large delegation of American nurses did. 221
Valkyrien. Pich, Jacqui Television program review 165

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