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Mental health and mums
30 June - Child and family health nurse and midwife Mary-Clare O’Dell says mental health is “absolutely’’ an issue in her profession.
Better pay better than cheap degrees
29 June - According to a leading academic, the key to fixing the problem of skills shortages in areas such as nursing is improved wages and conditions.
RAH intervention order shows systemic failure
29 June - The ANMF (SA Branch) says the need for an intervention order on the Royal Adelaide Hospital over the physical restraining of mental health patients is indicative of a system that is failing both staff and patients alike.
Nurse educators helping to keep SA ‘COVID Clean’
25 June - The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Education Centre (ANMEC) has won a contract with the Department of Innovation and Skills (DIS) to provide ‘COVID Clean’ training for up to 5,500 employees across the state.
New Enterprise Agreement secured
25 June 2020 - Thousands of Public Sector nurses and midwives have voted overwhelmingly (over 95 per cent) in favour of the new Agreement.
Seeking member feedback on 'Alcohol, tobacco and other drug misuse' position statement
25 June - ANMF position statement (PS) on Alcohol, tobacco and other drug misuse is due for review and available for member feedback.
Ramping rears its ugly head again
25 June - The vexed issue of ramping has reared again with ANMF (SA Branch) aware of concerns over internal ramping in EDs and ambulances being used as makeshift beds outside hospitals.
Returning to the workforce after a long period of leave
24 June - It is not uncommon for nurses and midwives to leave the workforce for extended periods of time due to family or other reasons. Returning back to work after a long break can be challenging for a number of reasons, including, in some cases, r
Workers’ rights message to reach half a million homes
24 June - A message from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus explaining the union movement’s approach to discussions with employer groups and the Morrison Government on workers’ rights will reach half a million low and middle-income households tonight.
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.
Uni nursing fees halved
23 June - The cost of studying nursing at university is set to be slashed by almost half from next year, but fees for others courses such as humanities and law will soar, under sweeping Federal Government reforms aiming to create more “job-ready grad
Buying your dream home
23 June - Relax and let us do the worrying. Ooh-ah! That is what you want people to say when they walk into your new home.
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