Supporting Proud Australian Nursing Professionals

Making your busy nursing life easier

INSIDE THE 2020 DIARY

New for 2020

Pocket size now in high quality hard-cover book style! Brighter cover artwork. Indigenous Australian ‘Kriol’ now added to the language section for more inclusivity. Improved line layout and clearer font changes.

New Diary Resources

iSoBAR (handovers), assessment tips for report writing, guide to writing good nursing notes, reflecting on practice, DETECT framework, Wong Baker Faces, wound management, IV cannulation, manual handling, pathology urinalysis, AUSLAN alphabet, ICN Code of Ethics, expenses record. ​

Organised Nurse. Organised Life.

Weekly diary with tick boxes for shifts, monthly roster planners, ​year planners, calendar section, public holidays & school terms, CNE professional development record, ​incident diary, orientation checklist, ​useful contacts & resources.

Premium Design

Durable hard-cover book, highest quality book-binding to open flat, convenient closing strap and pen holder, page ribbon marker.

Medication Administration

Drug use assessment, infusion rates, ECG formula, drug calculations, IV drip rate guide, oral medications, seven rights of medical administration, common drug name stems, Immunisation & vaccination.

Happy & Healthy Nurses

Self-care reminders, stress management strategies for nurses, being bullied at work, how to manage violent and aggressive behaviour.

More Helpful Resources

​Resuscitation, rights of medical administration, eight language translations, top 10 tips for dementia, mental state exam, ​common nursing abbreviations.

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Pocket sized now in high quality book hard-cover as well as larger A5

Testimonials

“Great diary. I Cannot fault it-it is perfect! Thanks for thinking of us nurses.”
Gab Baker

“I have been getting the Australian Nurse Dairy for three years now, going into my fourth and I love it! I have my whole life in this one little compact book that fits neatly into my handbag. And the protective cover puts an end to those rabbit ears that form over the year. Thank you for bringing out such a comprehensive diary that holds all the basics and so much more. I would be lost without it!”

Leanne Ayling

“I have just got back into nursing after being out of it for ten years and I was thinking wouldn’t it be great to have a diary, as with my poor memory and shifts being all over the place, I have already not been paid for a couple of shifts especially the penal rates. I went online to see if there was one out there and viola. Some one has done the job, well done.”

Averill

“Congratulations on the creation of such a fabulous work and social tool specifically for nurses. Thank you for helping me to have a more organised lifestyle as a shift worker.”

Dee Cox

“I absolutely love the nurse diary. it is wonderful to be able to put in shifts in the tick box and also in the monthly planner, it just makes it so easy to see.”

Leanne Moloney

“I brought myself one of these diaries last year and thought it was fantastic, the other nurses were a little jealous so this year I’ll buy a few more. Fantastic for the secret Santa we have. Fantastic idea.”

Joanne Cross

“One of my workmates has a nurses diary, and when I saw it, I really loved it! They are very innovative and convenient. I love how they are pocket size and have all the details that a busy nurse needs. Great work!!! (two thumbs up).”

Sarah Johnson

There’s a reason for the recent resurgence of paper diaries. Not only saving you time with all the essential information you need in one handy place instead of having to open multiple apps, but also because of the calming connection created between the mind and handwriting. Busy nurses feel more in control and retain information better with the efficiency of pen and paper.