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Rural health depends on retention, and the best way for rural hospials to attract and retain staff is to be interested in the students.
A Griffith Health Nursing initiative in the remote deserts of the United Arab Emirates is building partnerships and local capacity.
Patient participation in care (PCC) is believed to significantly improve hospital care, but it faces obstacles. So researchers from Griffith's National Centre for Excellence in Nursing (NCREN) will lead a three year study into whether patient participation in care is actually what patients and nurses want.