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Florence back from the brink
3 July - London’s famed Florence Nightingale Museum has announced that it will re-open to the public on August 1, 2020, after months of fears over its future.
Member Awards rewarding excellence
1 July - Know of somebody with a brilliant bedside manner? Who excels in aged care? A student who shines so brightly? Or perhaps someone worthy of the ANMF Holy Grail … the Hall of Fame award.
Florence in survival fight
24 June - The future of the Florence Nightingale Museum is still precarious, despite an online auction last Friday which raised more than £18,000 ($A32,480) for the ailing London attraction.
COVID threat to Florence Nightingale Museum
19 June - In a somewhat cruel irony, London’s famed Florence Nightingale Museum looks set to become the next victim of the coronavirus.
Return to sender – SA says ‘thank you health care heroes’
16 June - Senator for South Australia the Hon Don Farrell has met with Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) CEO/Secretary Adj. Associate Professor Elizabeth Dabars AM to personally deliver a large box filled with hundreds of messag
Award aims to tackle ageism
3 June - Are you an individual, community group or non-profit organisation actively working to challenge ageism and highlight the value of older people and ageing well?
New dates for our Annual Professional Conference
14 May - Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the ANMF (SA Branch) has postponed this year’s Annual Professional Conference to October.
Happy International Nurses Day
12 May - Today, May 12, is International Nurses Day and also the birthday of nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale who was born 200 years ago.
A spring in their step … happy midwives’ day
5 May - Most bubs born in Australia are spring babies, according to Healthcare Australia, September being the most popular month for births.
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.
WHO’s ‘State of the world nursing 2020’
21 April - The State of the world’s nursing 2020 report released by the World Health Organization provides the most up-to-date evidence on and policy options for the global nursing workforce.
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