29 August 2019
Nurse Practitioner at the Women’s & Children’s Health Network (WCHN) Annie Catanzariti will soon embark on a study tour of New Zealand as the recipient of this year’s Best Practice Spotlight Organisation® Scholarship.
Proudly supported by Nurses & Midwives Health and the ANMF (SA Branch), the BPSO® Scholarship offers nurses or midwives the chance to win $5,000 in funding for use towards the implementation of program in a South Australian health care setting.
The scholarship will fund Annie’s visit to New Zealand health services to learn and observe models of care, network and enhance professional relationships and discover innovative practices that will benefit the health of Aboriginal peoples.
Keep an eye on News Hub for updates following Annie’s trip abroad and her progress on the implementation across WCHN of her selected Best Practice Guideline on Facilitating Client Centred Learning.
On behalf of all at the ANMF (SA Branch) and co-sponsors Nurses & Midwives Health, congratulations Annie!
A word from our scholarship partner
Nurses & Midwives Health – caring for the carers
Nurses & Midwives Health is the only health fund exclusively for you – nurses, midwives, personal care workers and your families. At Nurses & Midwives Health, we understand your work – the physical and mental demands, the long hours, the pressures. And we know that you often put the needs of others ahead of your own. So, we understand how important it is that a health fund puts your health and wellbeing first.
Not-for-profit, and all for members
And because we’re not-for-profit, our focus is on providing the best possible value for our members. The nursing and midwifery community are at the heart of everything we do, and we’re proud to support the ANMF (SA Branch) annual scholarship supporting clinical best practice within the workplace.
See what we can do for you
We’re open to members of the ANMF (eligibility criteria apply). Want to know more about us, get a health insurance quote or a comparison of your current cover? Visit nmhealth.com.au today.