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Push to protect health care from privatisation
30 April - Independent member for Florey Frances Bedford MP has introduced legislation that seeks to future-proof SA Pathology or any other public health care provider from the possibility of privatisation.
Oops … sorry about that!
30 April - D’oh! Long-time and even recent members may have been bemused to receive an email today congratulating and welcoming them to the ANMF (SA Branch).
Onya James! Brayshaw backs our health care workers
29 April - Popular national footy commentator James Brayshaw has given the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) #KeepThemSafe campaign a huge plug on his Triple M Melbourne radio show this week.
Message from His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia
29 April - His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, contacted ANMF (SA Branch) CEO/Secretary Adj Associate Professor Elizabeth Dabars AM and personally conveyed his “heartfelt thanks and gratitude on behalf of the St
Mental Health Nursing Start-up Scholarship
29 April - Last chance to apply. Mental Health Nursing Scholarship applications close this week.
Conference Delegate Nominations 2020
28 April - Being a Conference Delegate is an exciting opportunity for ANMF Worksite Representatives, Professional Development and Policy Representatives and members.
ANMF applauds crackdown on frontline violence
28 April - The ANMF (SA Branch) strongly supports a proposed new crackdown on people who assault frontline hospital staff and emergency workers.
Remembering those who lost their lives
28 April - Today is International Workers’ Memorial Day - an annual day commemorated by the labour movement around the world to remember those who have lost their lives at work, as well as those left disabled, injured or made unwell.
Nurse chosen to deliver national address on Anzac Day alongside Prime Minister
24 April - A former Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Nursing Officer will deliver a national televised address to commemorate Anzac Day alongside Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a Dawn Service at the Australian War Memorial tomorrow morning in ligh
Courage under fire: nurses during wartime
24 April - The diary of Australian nurse Sister Kelly, serving on the Western Front during World War I, brutally encapsulates the horror that is war.
A cyber celebration for May Day
23 April - May Day, or International Workers Day, is a day with its origins in fighting for an eight-hour work day. Each year, International Workers Day is a time to recognise and celebrate the achievements of workers uniting together to change the r
Bonus payments for aged care employees
23 April - The Commonwealth Government has announced additional funding of $444.6 million to support aged care providers, residents, staff and families, including bonus payments to employees.
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