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Lyell McEwin Hospital Nurses Start Anti-Violence Demonstrations
Nurses at a hospital where one of their own was stabbed earlier this year are today taking action to visibly demonstrate the impact of the State Government???s lack of action on a plan to address violence and aggression in health care.
NALHN agrees to discontinue flawed staffing calculator
The ANMF (SA Branch) has met with Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN) management, regarding the concerns that were raised by members around staffing levels.
BPSO scholarship winner to observe NZ indigenous models of care
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.
Interested in welcoming a trainee at your aged care workplace?
On the back of an extremely successful VET in Schools program, our award-nominated education provider ANMEC is seeking interest from aged care providers wishing to take on school-based trainees undertaking a Cert III Individual Support qualification.
Exploring the 10-Point Plan - Point 4 - Report, investigate and act
Reporting is a key component of any plan to address violence and allows for issues to be investigated and appropriate action to be taken.
Victorian Coroner agrees we need staff ratios, skills mix in aged care
"The circumstances of Fred's death have highlighted a concerning norm in aged care: staffing to patient ratios administered at minimalistic levels which places the delivery of appropriate care at risk" - Victorian coroner Audrey Jamieson
ANMF SA seeks reconsideration of North Adelaide parking restrictions
As a follow up to our earlier correspondence to the Adelaide City Council (ACC) regarding the shortening of parking timeframes in North Adelaide, the ANMF (SA Branch) has again written to the ACC seeking reconsideration of its decision.
Allowance win for Medical Imaging staff
When members at Flinders Medical Centre Medical Imaging (part of South Australian Medical Imaging (SAMI)) noticed they were not being paid their professional development allowance, the ANMF (SA Branch) stepped in to help.
ANMF demands that the Health Minister act on hospital system’s workload and stress
25 March - ANMF officers led by CEO/Secretary Adj Associate Professor Elizabeth Dabars AM met with the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, the Hon Stephen Wade, on 24 March to once again discuss the issues of patient demand among others
Exploring the Ten-Point Plan to Address Violence - Point 3 - Include patients and their families
Including families in the development of patient care plans can help to identify at-risk behaviours, triggers and how to manage the behaviour.
Shine a spotlight on the extent of violence in your workplace. Report an incident in seconds here
As part of our campaign for the State Government to act immediately on a plan to address violence in health care settings, we have established a new online portal for staff to report incidents to the ANMF (SA Branch).
Exploring the Ten-Point Plan to Address Violence - Point 2 - Identify risks to staff and others
It would be remiss of any plan to address violence not to include strategies to mitigate the risks within each particular health care setting.
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