Experts gather in Rotorua to discuss latest technological breakthroughs.
COVID-19 containment measures saw a rise in the number of people with diabetes using cloud-based glucose monitoring technology to stay connected with doctors whilst at home. Adoption of cloud-based glucose data management platforms grew more...
JUDE BARBACK attends the Careerforce Workforce Development Conference this week and takes heart from the clear progress and direction that is being made year on year in raising the status of one of New Zealand's most under-valued workforces.
Pain is a complex medical condition requiring a teamwork approach, specialists across the country have said. Southern District Health Board anaesthetist and pain physician Dr Paul Templer said pain was “ubiquitous” in medicine. He said about...
Visiting American nursing professor Margaret Hansen has set out to establish whether delivering complementary therapies – like nature and music – through mobile technologies is a feasible way of reducing anxiety and pain for surgical patients.
Work experience at an aged care facility has helped confirm Nanise Bulicakau’s plans to pursue a career in nursing.
Using ‘smart sock’ wearable technology to better assess patients movement via video physiotherapist consultations has been successfully trialled in Australia.
When it comes to smoking cessation tools, it seems there are mixed signals around e-cigarettes. Some argue they could be lifesavers for tobacco smokers struggling to quit; others argue they are a smokescreen for a new generation of problems. So what knowledge should nurses have on the subject? Nursing Review attempts to clear the air.