After 35 years looking after the very sickest little patients at Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, no one would begrudge Bernadette Attard the peaceful
When she was 18, Kate Bills took the entrance exam to study nursing. “I failed. I guess I just always thought I wasn’t smart
The term “work life balance” might be in danger of becoming just another meaningless corporate buzz phrase. Until you actually see it in action.
Tambo Ward Nurse Jacob Ellis has been recognised for his outstanding support of nursing students, named Clinical Supervisor of the Month by the BRHS
All Australians have the right to access health care. But for many, that seemingly simple premise comes with many barriers and obstacles. People who
“So there I am, down in this basement, no windows, scanning pieces of paper all day,” Steph Meade remembers. “It was pretty depressing.” This
BRHS Endorsed Enrolled Nurse Tammy-lee Chatwin has been awarded a scholarship that will help her complete her Bachelor of Nursing degree at Federation University.
There’s an old saying in sport – you play how you train. But for our Nursing Education team teaching Advanced and Basic Life Support,
Flanagan Ward nurses Julia Jeffs, Kathy McCullagh, Sandra Taylor, Lisa Hay and Lauren Manley are terrific examples of the additional effort many BRHS staff
BRHS is seeking a new name for our Education services. And it wants your ideas for what that new name should be. The goal
Dr Richard “Harry” Harris, SC, OAM, is an Australian anaesthetist and cave diver who played a crucial role in the Tham Luang cave rescue
Never before has the enormous importance of nurses to our rural communities been more evident. During the bushfires of last year and now the