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Biden era brings ray of hope for US nurses
29 January - Since entering office on 20 January, President Biden has signed off on dozens of executive orders and actions related to COVID-19 and the nation’s response to the pandemic.
A Christian plea for an end to needless suffering
29 January - The message from the strong majority of Christians to our politicians is ‘vote yes to voluntary assisted dying’.
SA emergency wait times left lagging
29 January - New figures revealing South Australian emergency department waiting times are lagging behind the national average simply reinforce ANMF (SA Branch) members’ serious concerns over ED issues.
Quarantine cave-in reveals power of people united
28 January - Mt Gambier nurse Tanya Clarke is happy to testify to the power of the unions.
Smoking shock as tobacco kills one in two older Indigenous adults
27 January - Staggering statistics reveal smoking causes half of all deaths in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults aged over 45 - and over one-third of all deaths in the population.
The poverty pandemic
27 January - It would take a nurse 259 years to earn what a top Australian CEO earns, while a CEO could earn the annual salary of a nurse in 1.3 days.
South-East nurse is Citizen of the Year
26 January 2021 - Registered Nurse and football team manager Amanda Carter has been named Lucindale’s Citizen of the Year 2020.
Global shortage of nurses ‘emblematic’ of lack of pandemic preparedness
25 January 2021 - Global shortage of nurses ‘emblematic’ of lack of pandemic preparedness. An interim report from the panel assessing the world’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has praised nurses but raised concerns about what their efforts will
Nurses to be honoured on Australia Day
22 January 2021 - Nurses to be honoured on Australia Day. Nurses and other South Australian frontline heroes including police and emergency workers will be honoured at Tuesday’s Australia Day ceremony with a parade at the Entertainment Centre.
COVID-19 vaccines not mandatory for aged care
22 January - Residents and workers in aged care facilities will not be required to get a COVID-19 vaccination in order to remain living or working there, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.
Making the case for Midwifery Caseload Practice
21 January - A new model of care may help alleviate the issue of midwife shortages in regional areas such as Waikerie, ANMF (SA Branch) CEO/Secretary Adj. Associate Professor Elizabeth Dabars AM has told the ABC.
Members invited to have their say on ANMF federal policies
20 January - The ANMF (Federal Office) has national policies relating to nursing, health and social justice, which outline ANMF’s position and provide guidance to members in their practice and at their workplaces.
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