February 25, 2017

Currently on a working holiday in Australia? Let SwingShift Nurses help when you arrive in Melbourne!

Australia is huge. Great beaches, wild untamed nature, sprawling and chic cities – we really do have it all. One two-week visit is nowhere near enough […]
February 22, 2017

Top 5 areas to live in Melbourne

Are you a nurse considering a working holiday in Melbourne?  As well as gaining essential experience at work you’ll also want to make the most of […]
February 20, 2017

How to grow your nursing career

Nurses are one of the most important parts of any health system. Without nurses, hospitals and clinics around the country would slow down without the vital […]
February 15, 2017

A nursing agency explains: public vs private sector

It’s no secret that Australia faces a nursing shortage, with thousands of new nurses needed to maintain our healthcare system in the future. While this might […]
February 15, 2017

Nursing Agencies Australia

Are you looking for a nursing job in Australia?  Due to the high demand for qualified nurses across the country, then there is no shortage of […]
February 10, 2017

5 reasons American nurses love nursing in Australia

16,000 miles – that’s more or less the distance between the US and Australia.   We know it sounds like an insurmountable distance, but don’t let […]
February 10, 2017

Nursing to the next level: forensic nursing

What do the words “forensic nursing” bring to mind? The first thing you think of is probably crime shows like Law & Order or Criminal Minds. […]
February 5, 2017

Call the midwife! A spotlight on midwifery in Australia

Midwifery has a long, proud history. In fact, evidence of early midwives dates all the way back to 1900 BCE in Ancient Egypt, making them one […]
February 1, 2017

Why Australia needs Nurses

Australia has long been a nation that has welcomed nurses and healthcare workers with open arms.  The Australian Government recently revealed that members of the healthcare […]


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