Lifelong learning for educators

As you progress in your career, the skills you develop from your work experience are undoubtedly critical. Yet, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that your education is over after you finish high school or your undergraduate degree. Indeed, one of the most attractive parts of completing your studies is the idea that you don’t need to learn anything else.

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Inclusive education to maximise student learning

Recently, we hosted a webinar with Dr Bellert, which focused on some of the key topics and considerations for teachers when teaching students with disabilities or additional learning needs. Below are some of the key takeaways and listen in to the podcast, which you can access and listen to for more information about this specialist area.

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Stress in nursing: small changes make a big difference

Workplace wellbeing is essential for a motivated workforce. Long hours, high workloads and non-standard working patterns can have an affect on nurse mental health. In a profession where you’re constantly concerned about the wellbeing of others, it’s important you don’t neglect yourself. We’ve put together some tips for managing stress so that it doesn’t impact your work. Implement these, and you can continue loving the job you do.
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The rise of Bitcoin and blockchain technology

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and their underlying technology, blockchain, are disrupting the way in which we transact. However, the strengths of blockchain – transparency, security and immutability – also pose risk when applied in a commercial environment. So, where did blockchain come from and how this technology disrupting the way we do business?
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Why ethics are important in business

Stories about underpaid staff in several Australian franchises, not to mention allegations that Australia biggest bank has aided and abetted criminal syndicates to launder ill-gotten gains, often leave us shaking our heads. Why do people do it? How can they get away with it? How can we trust institutions and businesses?

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Two paths to a bold future in healthcare

The “new normal” of healthcare in Australia will see you treating people with mental health challenges who are more engaged, informed and conscientious than ever before. But how will you prepare for a future where one of your biggest barriers to effective healthcare delivery may be ‘Dr Google’?

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Youth mental illness a call for concern

In 2017, more than 24,000 young people responded to the call out from Mission Australia to gain perspective on what they value, their dreams and ambitions; what they’re worried about in the context of their own lives and from a country-wide perspective. And the results are alarming.

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