As registered nurses, we are aware that we must behave in a 'professional' way. We know that we must achieve certain standards of behaviour and that our conduct as registered nurses is constrained by regulation. BJN: 2007. Vol.16, Issue 3.
This session will provide an overview of the changes to these revised standards and guidelines and general update for attendees on relevant policy position of the NMBA with respect to nurses working in primary health care.
Whether lawyers and the law are the mortal enemy of labor and delivery nurses, there is an obvious problem: huge verdicts in obstetric and medical negligence cases. Nursing for women's health: 1997. Vol.1, Issue 5.
South Australian Mental Health Act
Queensland Mental Health Act
Northern Territory Mental Health Act
Errors in health care are receiving much attention today, although committing such errors is not a new phenomenon. Othopesdic Nursing: 2001. Vol.20, Issue 4.
Victorian Mental Health Act
Western Australian Mental Health Act