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Articles from The Lamp (March 1, 2018)

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"Intolerable" compromise of patient safety in British EDs. Brief article 204
A little understanding goes a long way. Bradfor, Taylor Letter to the editor 112
Ask Judith: When it comes to your rights and entitlements at work, NSWNMA Assistant General Secretary Judith Kiejda has the answers. 856
Australian inequality continues to rise. Brief article 249
Big achievements in global health: In 2017, there were many reasons for celebration in the field of global health. Brief article 235
Carillion's collapse exposes PPP folly: The implosion of the outsourcing giant Carillion is a "watershed" moment for the "rip-off" privatisation of British public services. Brief article 187
Human Rights Watch slams misuse of antipsychotics. Brief article 220
Let's keep fighting for a better public health system: Our successful campaign to stop the privatisation of five regional hospitals provides us with the inspiration to push on and improve our public health system. Holmes, Brett 592
Living in a share house at 61: Affordable housing should be a part of a safety net that protects people from life's vagaries and misfortune. Brief article 347
LOVE, LIES & RECORDS. Movie review 222
Maitland Hospital to stay public: Nurses win five out of five in battle to defend regional public hospitals. 950
make a date. Calendar 359
Membership essential to employment. Yee, Jenny Letter to the editor 127
More respect for ENs. Sutherland, Brett Letter to the editor 110
Mums matter, babies count: Midwives at Royal North Shore Hospital have run an innovative campaign to educate the public about the need for appropriate staffing levels in birthing wards. 936
NSWNMA backs affordable housing for essential workers: Nurses need affordable housing close to where they work in order to deliver healthcare where it is needed. 372
Nurse drive united hospital campaign: The battle to save Maitland Hospital brought unions and the community closer together. 634
Nurses and midwives can be eligible for community housing. Brief article 209
Nursing crisis predicted in NSW. Brief article 241
Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-Based Guide To Planning Care. Book review 127
NURSING RESEARCH ONLINE. 724
Oxford Textbook of Communication in Oncology and Palliative Care. Book review 113
Paediatric Nursing Skills for Australian Nurses. Book review 113
Poor priorities lead to missed care. Brief article 247
Private health insurers get 3.95 per cent increase and still want more: Private health fund premiums will rise by 3.95 per cent in April while inflation and wage growth remain below two per cent. Brief article 226
RELAX AND UNWIND WITH A THREE-NIGHT STAY AT mantra aqua. Bay, Nelson 302
Review dodges vital issues: Seclusion and restraint report is vague on workforce improvements. 898
Seclusion and restraint forecast to decline: NSW government vows to implement findings of mental health care review. 874
Solutions sought on nurses' housing: The NSWNMA is pushing for an affordable housing development levy, charged to developers in the City of Sydney, to be extended to five other local government areas. 928
Staffing gains at John Hunter: Nurses and midwives at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle win a breakthrough in a long-running staffing dispute. 829
Step it up, AHPRA. Mees, Emma Letter to the editor 137
Tales from a Male Nurse. Book review 123
Tax cuts won't flow to workers: Shareholders and CEOs will pocket the benefits from lower corporate taxes. 522
The impersonal touch. Brief article 137
THE SQUARE. Movie review 356
Turnbull pressures ABC on tax coverage: Under pressure, broadcaster censors reports on proposed company tax cuts. 634
We'll live longer but with more medical conditions. Brief article 192
Working with the best gets me through aged care. 114
Zombie TPP hurts Australian job seekers: Malcolm Turnbull's new Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement gives six countries unlimited access to Australian jobs. 557

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