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Nurse intuition can predict patient decline within 24 hours
New research from the United States has confirmed what you probably already knew that nurses are able to accurately predict when a patient’s condition is deteriorating...
Royal Commission releases interim report – ‘Aged Care in Australia: A Shocking Tale of Neglect’
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s Interim Report has found the aged care system fails to meet the needs of its older, vulnerable, citizens.
$6,500 underpayment recouped for Matthew Flinders Homes member
The ANMF (SA Branch) is currently recouping what has been identified as a substantial underpayment for a personal care worker at Port Lincoln’s Matthew Flinders Home.
Public sector enterprise bargaining update #13 – A disappointing written response from the State Gov
Following industrial action at a number of regional and metropolitan public health care sites and services this week, the ANMF (SA Branch) received a written response to our enterprise bargaining claims from the State Government late yesterday.
Women's and Children's Hospital nurses and midwives take stop-work action
Ensuring staffing calculations account for all newborn babies in their next enterprise agreement is a key driver behind industrial action being held by nurses and midwives at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital today.
South Australia's nurses and midwives take stop-work action
Nurses and midwives across South Australia are taking industrial action to protest the Marshall Government’s lack of action on their enterprise bargaining agreement—a document designed to ensure the delivery of safe and effective care to South Austra
Lyell McEwin Hospital nurses and midwives take stop-work action
Lyell McEwin Hospital nurses and midwives are today taking an industrial stand to protest the Marshall Government’s lack of action on their enterprise bargaining agreement—a document designed to ensure the delivery of safe and effective care to South
Royal Commission wraps up staffing, hears clear link between staffing and skills mix and quality of
The Aged Care Royal Commission has concluded its hearings on staffing in the sector after a big week of evidence from range of industry experts, including the ANMF (SA Branch)’s Rob Bonner.
Nurses and midwives gearing up for action next week – are you ready?
From next week, nurses and midwives will be staging one-hour stop-work rallies at health care sites across South Australia. The action has been scheduled at a time when hospitals have double-staffed periods, time usually used for staff education purp
RDNS to cut 25 FTE nursing roles
The ANMF (SA Branch) is currently supporting members at the RDNS after the in-home care provider announced it would be cutting its workforce by 25 FTE nursing staff.
Vale Michael (Mike) Grimes
Mike Grimes was the Senior Industrial Officer at the (then) Royal Australian Nursing Federation (SA Branch) for most of the tumultuous 1980s.
Help with the ultimate revival, bringing back the heart of nursing and midwifery
At our recent Annual Professional Conference, more than 420 nurses, midwives and personal care workers learned of the latest research outcomes and evidence from Australia and abroad…and they discovered that many of these presentations pointed to the
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