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Members invited to have their say on ANMF federal policies
20 January - The ANMF (Federal Office) has national policies relating to nursing, health and social justice, which outline ANMF’s position and provide guidance to members in their practice and at their workplaces.
COVID delays loom for flu shots
20 January - The seasonal flu shot for aged care residents and workers will likely be postponed while the first phase of COVID-19 vaccinations are administered, the ABC reports.
5 tips for nailing a medication round
20 January - According to Leeanne Pront, students completing their first attempts at a medication round might be taken back both by how much there is to learn, and how straightforward their supervisor can make the process look.
ANMEC providing the building blocks to a career in nursing
20 January - When it comes to empowering students with the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in nursing or caring, no training organisation even comes close to the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Education Centre.
WHO warns of ‘catastrophic moral failure’
20 January - The World Health Organization’s Director-General has delivered a damning rebuke of the inequitable distribution of COVID vaccines and warned “the world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure’’.
Members are invited to attend the rally for the Treaty to ban nuclear weapons
20 January 2021 - ANMF (SA Branch) members are invited to attend the rally for the Treaty on the Prohibition of the Nuclear Weapons. There are more than 13,000 nuclear weapons globally, with about 1,800 on hair-trigger alert!
Low-carb diets could drive type-two diabetes into remission
18 January - Low-carbohydrate diets could help put type-two diabetes into remission, an international study suggests.
21 questions with a Forensic Nurse Practitioner
15 January - Meet Tracey Markham! She is currently a Nurse Practitioner, Interpersonal Violence Forensic Nurse, at Yarrow Place. This is an extremely unique and rare role in Australia.
The COVID-19 Effect: World’s nurses facing mass trauma, an immediate danger to the profession
14 January - New evidence gathered by the International Council of Nurses (ICN) suggests COVID-19 is causing mass trauma among the world’s nurses.
What is salary sacrificing and can it work for me?
13 January - Salary sacrificing is a commonly heard term amongst nurses, midwives and carers, as it relates to both their pay and their super, but what does it actually mean? How can it help, regardless of whether you are heading towards retirement o
2021 brings tough new crackdown on aged care abuse
12 January - New fines for cover-ups of aged care abuse will hit nursing homes this year, after thousands of elderly Australians were bashed or sexually assaulted in 2020, reports The Advertiser.
Thrones star says thank you nurses
12 January - Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has shared a message of thanks to health care professionals for their services amid the COVID pandemic.
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