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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.
Members urged to sign open letter on COVID-19
27 March 2020 - ANMFSA members are urged to sign an open letter to the Federal and State Governments supporting the immediate introduction of maximal measures to contain the transmission of COVID-19.
Petition: COVID19 paid special leave for all nurses, midwives and personal care workers
25 March 2020 - We are urging the State and Federal Governments to guarantee an additional 15 days of paid special COVID-19 leave for all nurses, midwives and personal care workers, to align with SA public sector provisions for permanent staff outlin
Nurses' Coronavirus CPD modules
20 March 2020 ANMFSA are releasing CPD modules related to COVID-19 and infection control practices. Today we are launching COVID-19/SARS-Cov-2 (novel coronavirus) for nurses.
Investigating the viability of a new hospital in the Barossa
ANMF has received correspondence from Barossa Hills Fleurieu LHN regarding recent community and stakeholder consultation regarding a new hospital in the Barossa.
A new level of safety here in South Australia—Gayle would be so proud. Keith Woodford
Keith Woodford’s first memory of his late wife is set in a suburban Adelaide shopping centre.
Consultation: MPU at Barossa Hills Fleurieu LHN
ANMFSA is seeking member feedback on changes to the Metro to Peri-Urban Transfer Program (MPU) proposed for Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network (BHFLHN).
Riverland General Hospital staff reprimanded for not attending training on days off
Members raised concern after receiving a letter saying they had not followed work instructions by failing to attend mandatory training.
ANMF welcomes new Gayle’s Law regulations which close critical loophole
After years of advocating for a law—and more recently regulations that reflect that law—to protect the safety of remote area nurses and midwives, the ANMF (SA Branch) has welcomed the revised Gayle’s Law regulations gazetted today.
Independent filmmaker seeks Remote Nurses for documentary
The ANMF (SA Branch) has been approached by an independent filmmaker seeking Remote Area Nurses willing to be involved in an observational documentary on remote nursing in Central Australia and the Northern Territory.
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