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Articles from The Lamp (October 1, 2018)

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#TheWorkplaceToo: Unions, labour lawyers, barristers and women's rights activists are using the momentum of the #MeToo movement to fight against workplace sexual harassment. 500
A message to Liberal/National Coalition politicians. Hofman, Jocelyn Letter to the editor 164
A seriously strong nurse. 246
A strike to end "modern slavery". 282
Aged care giants under fire: A Senate inquiry has shone a light on the murky financial and tax practices of Australia's biggest for-profit aged care providers. 773
An open letter to Ken Wyatt and Brad Hazzard. Letter to the editor 554
Anger grows over aged care neglect. Cover story 956
Babies need to be counted. Earley, Arinna Letter to the editor 153
Brexit risks drug shortages and disease. 241
Don't stay silent over unsafe staffing: Violating a professional standard could expose nurse and midwives to sanctions. 818
How 3D printing is changing health: 3D printing has come a long way in recent years and offers the health sector exciting opportunities that are innovative and cost effective. Sharwood, Neil 574
Inexcusable violence. 200
Lean On Pete. 305
Low wage growth now a top election issue. 242
make a date. 614
New rules for cosmetic surgery. 254
New Zealand considers miscarriage leave. Medical condition overview 270
Persistance pays: The state of the aged care sector is a national disgrace and our arguments for change are beginning to gain traction. Holmes, Brett 612
Physical inactivity "a global pandemic". 258
Push to reveal staff ratios: Community has the right to know staffing levels of publicly-funded aged care facilities, Senators told. 861
Rallies for ratios: Nurses and midwives in a number of our large Sydney hospitals have been taking our campaign for better nurse-to-patient ratios to their local communities. 598
Ratios debated in NSW parliament: The Berejiklian Liberal government and the NSW Labor opposition have drastically different positions on nurse-to-patient ratios. 964
Sleep's sweet spot. 270
Staffing for fairness. 885
Talking to the community. 186
VALE: Susan Gay Sides Registered nurse and midwife 14 September 1941-16 April 2018. 479
Veteran aged care campaigner bows out: For the past 16 years, the NSWNMA state council has benefited from Lucille McKenna's strong advocacy for the aged care sector. 882
When adequate means not nearly enough. 260

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