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New safety laws for aged care
31 March - As an aged care consumer, people have the right to safe and quality care and to live without abuse or neglect.
Female breadwinners more likely to experience domestic violence
31 March - The chance of a woman experiencing domestic violence surges by 35 per cent when she earns more than her male partner, new Australian research reveals.
Nursing courses at a quarter of the cost
31 March - For members who know of someone wishing to kickstart a career in nursing or those wanting to upskill, our next Diploma of Nursing training course starts on May 4.
Record number of people waiting in emergency departments
30 March - Adelaide’s under-siege hospital system sunk to a new low this morning – a record 118 people were waiting for a bed in emergency departments across the city.
How a ruthless dictator shaped a nurse’s life - From Romanian repression to work site rep
29 March - For Adelaide clinical nurse Claudia Cristea, COVID-19 brought back some not-so-fond memories of her childhood growing up in then communist Romania.
Safety at Port Lincoln Hospital a ‘joke’
26 March - A fired-up Elizabeth Dabars let fly on ABC radio this week following a no-show from SA Health over the issue of safety at Port Lincoln Hospital.
It’s time to fix aged care, Mr Morrison
26 March - “We have had a Royal Commission, the jury is in. The Morrison Government must respond.’’ Shadow Minister for Health and Ageing Mark Butler.
Wade must act: SA Health System in need of urgent intensive care
25 March - ANMF (SA Branch) officers, led by CEO/Secretary Adj. Associate Professor Elizabeth Dabars AM said, met with Health Minister Stephen Wade to again demand urgent action on issues
At a time when women are urged to speak out against abuse, nurses still cop it
25 March - If the injuries sustained by nurses due to violence were to occur in a construction workplace setting, the entire site would be shut down until the issue was resolved.
Tasmania says yes to voluntary assisted dying
25 March - Tasmania is set to become the third Australian state to legalise voluntary assisted dying after legislation passed its upper house this week. The new laws are expected to become into force in 18 months.
Our MPs have security to boot, but not our nurses
24 March - When it comes to MPs and our medical community the double standards over safety are gobsmacking.
Five years ago today, Gayle Woodford’s murder sent shockwaves through SA
23 March - Today, March 23, marks the fifth anniversary of the tragic death of dedicated remote area nurse Gayle Woodford who was brutally raped and murdered in Outback South Australia.
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