Evidence-Based Practice



Editor’s Note: In a second installment from newly appointed Associate Editor and author, Wayne Varndell presents a snapshot of a current political and social priority and how it relates to those working in Emergency Care. Periodically the Australian Emergency Nursing Journal intend to release a number of “Hot Topic” publications […]

Domestic Violence and the ED: AENJ Hot Topic #FOANed




Follow @united_medicine¬† on Twitter Editor: This post hosts an open letter of sorts to spread the word about an ambitious and inspired project that looks to build a forum for knowledge translation in medicine. Very quick and easy to register and completely free. In many ways my initial observations are […]

United Medicine – Combining opinion to translate evidence into practice




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Follow¬†Chris on Twitter @CtPicard Injectable Orange Editorial: In the second installment of Chris Picard’s series of Nurse-oriented, evidence-based assessment skills, he dives into the assessment of cremasteric reflex for testicular injury. While it is not the role of the nurse to diagnose, understanding of assessment techniques and rationale add to […]

Picard’s FOANed Skills – Testicular Emergencies