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May 17, 2019

Collaborative Learning Now Available in Ausmed’s Mandatory Training Modules

We’re incredibly excited to announce a key update to Ausmed’s online learning library – collaborative learning. This feature is available within Ausmed’s new suite of mandatory training modules. At Ausmed, we recognise that the best learning often happens when individuals are able to collaborate, discuss and problem-solve together. However, this
May 14, 2019

Is It Time for an Overhaul of Risk Management Education?

Risk management in healthcare is potentially more important than in any other industry. Many researchers, including Moskowitz (2018), are now suggesting that there is a clear link between implementing a successful risk management strategy and the education of all employees. So, is it time for an overhaul of risk management
May 07, 2019

How to Use Fear to Motivate Your Nursing Career

When you applied to nursing school, you probably felt afraid that you wouldn’t be accepted. Once you were in school, you were probably afraid of sleep deprivation, failing an exam, or doing something wrong and somehow hurting a patient. After graduation, fears arose of failing your licensure exam and not
April 30, 2019

Preceptorship in Nursing: How to Develop an Effective Preceptorship Program

There is a global shortage of nurses. It has also been found that turnover rates are higher for new nurses than for senior nurses, and that many of these nurses are leaving the nursing field all together. Given this, there is a bigger need to recruit, mentor and then retain
April 23, 2019

Are Personal Care Assistants Missing Out On Education?

As demands on healthcare services increase, so too do the number of personal care assistants (PCAs) and assistants in nursing (AINs) employed to support their registered colleagues. Care assistants are now well established as valuable team members within a wide variety of clinical specialities. But their relative lack of access