Primary Times Summer 2024 references

Primary Times, Summer 2023–2024 Reference lists 


Please find below the references and citations to accompany the articles in APNA's Primary Times magazine Summer 2023-24 edition. 

p. 6  

‘APNA’s Workforce Survey: The times they are a’ changing,’ Nick Buchan 

Reference 

  1. P Breadon and D Romanes, A new Medicare: Strengthening general practice, Grattan Institute website, December 2022, accessed 16 November 2023. 

 

p. 16  

‘Nursing and the law: How to protect yourself,’ Niki Eastwood 

References 

  1. DJ Craig, ‘The case of nurse RaDonda Vaught: How administering the wrong medication resulted in a criminal conviction’, Wyoming Nurse, June 2022, accessed 30 October 2023.  

  1. M Collins and C Burke, ‘The case of RaDonda Vaught highlights a double standard for nurses and physicians’, Stat, 13 May 2022, accessed 30 October 2023. 

 

p. 20 

‘The future of PHC nursing: Nurses as the champions of change,’ Lynette Smith 

References 

  1. MR Angeles, P Crosland and M Hensher, ‘Challenges for Medicare and universal health care in Australia since 2000’, Med J Aust, 2023;218(7):322–329, doi:10.5694/mja2.51844

  1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Australia’s health 2018: in brief, AIHW website, 2018, accessed 11 October 2023. 

  1. Australian Government, Strengthening Medicare Taskforce report, Department of Health and Aged Care website, December 2022, accessed 11 October 2023. 

  1. N Buchan and M Irwin, ‘The future of PHC nursing: Sharing the care’, Primary Times, Winter 2023;23(1),18–25.  

  1. M Chiarella and K Griffin, ‘Time to unleash the full potential of nurses’, Pearls and Irritations, 15 July 2022, accessed 11 October 2023. 

  1. Australian Government, Department of Health and Aged Care, ‘Unleashing the Potential of our Health Workforce – Scope of practice review’, 12 October 2023, accessed 13 November 2023. 

  1. Corporate Rebels, ‘How Buurtzorg Works - Video Animation' [video], Corporate Rebels, YouTube, 10 April 2021, accessed 13 November 2023. 

 

p. 34  

‘Evacuation planning: How to help vulnerable people prepare for natural disasters,’ Dr Aletha Ward 

References 

  1. S Whitmee, A Haines, C Beyrer et al., ‘Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch: report of The Rockefeller Foundation– Lancet Commission on planetary health’, The Lancet, 2015, 386(10007):1973–2028, doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(15)60901-1

  1. Climate Council of Australia, He's back: What the return of El Niño means, Climate Council website, 19 September 2023, accessed 7 November 2023.  

  1. L Hughes, W Steffen, G Mullins, A Dean, E Weisbrot and M Rice, Summer of crisis, Climate Council of Australia, 2020, accessed 7 November 2023. 

  1. Queensland Government, Make a household emergency plan, Queensland Government website, accessed 7 November 2023.  

 

p. 36  

‘Break a leg – not good luck if it’s osteoporosis!’ Nina Klug 

References 

  1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), ‘Chronic musculoskeletal conditions : Osteoporosis’, AIHW website, 30 Jun 2023, accessed 14 November 2023. 

  1. G Tatangelo, J Watts, K Lim et al., 'The cost of osteoporosis, osteopenia, and associated fractures in Australia in 2017', J Bone Miner Res, 2019, 34(4)616–625, doi:10.1002/jbmr.3640

  1. JJ Watts, J Abimanyi-Ochom and KM Sanders, Osteoporosis costing all Australians: A new burden of disease analysis – 2012 to 2022, Osteoporosis Australia, 2013. 

  1. Healthy Bones Australia, Prevent broken bones, Healthy Bones Australia website, accessed 14 November 2023. 

  1. Healthy Bones Australia, Know your bones community risk report, Healthy Bones Australia website, 2023, accessed 6 October 2023.  

 

p. 49  

‘A public health crisis: Diabetes in Australia and how primary health care nurses can help,’ Elaine Cornford 

References 

  1. Diabetes Australia, Diabetes in Australia, Diabetes Australia website, accessed 19 September 2023.  

  1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Diabetes: Australian facts: All diabetes, AIHW website, 30 June 2023, accessed 19 September 2023. 

  1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Diabetes: Australian facts: Type 2 diabetes, AIHW website, 30 June 2023, accessed 19 September 2023. 

  1. Diabetes Australia, Diabetes globally, Diabetes Australia website, accessed 19 September 2023.  

  1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Diabetes: Australian facts: Health system expenditure, AIHW website, 30 June 2023, accessed 19 September 2023. 

  1. Diabetes Australia, Changing the future: Reducing the impact of the diabetes epidemic, Diabetes Australia website, November 2022, accessed 19 September 2023.  

  1. Australian Government, Department of Health and Aged Care (DHAC), Australian National Diabetes Strategy 2021–2030, DHAC website, 12 November 2021, accessed 19 September 2023. 

  1. Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA), Registered nurse standards for practice, NMBA website, 1 June 2016, accessed 30 October 2023.  

  1. National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS), National Diabetes Nursing Education Framework 2020–2022, NDSS website, 1 February 2020, accessed 19 September 2023. 

 

 

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