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Annual Professional Conference goes digital
11 September - The COVID-19 pandemic has officially transformed the ANMF (SA Branch) Annual Professional Conference into a digital event.
End-of-life challenges in the 21st century
18 August - Dr Roger Hunt BM BS GDPH FAChPM MD, Senior Consultant, Central Adelaide Palliative Care Service, shares his reflections on his career in palliative care.
Watch our conference from the comfort of home
11 June - Can’t make it to the ANMF (SA Branch) Annual Professional Conference? Yeah, you can!!!
The nursing and midwifery revolution
19 May - Our politicians really do appreciate nurses, midwives and care workers...just not as much when it comes to funding them.
Early career members – here’s your chance to win a FREE pass to the 2020 conference
15 May - ANMF (SA Branch) is offering early career nurses, midwives and personal care workers the opportunity to win a two-day pass to our 2020 Annual Professional Conference – Nightingale to NOW in October.
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.
Come celebrate The International Year of the Nurse and Midwife with us
22 April - 2020 has been declared The International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife by the World Health Organization … and the ANMF (SA Branch) is inviting members to help celebrate this momentous milestone at our Annual Professional Conference.
The legend of the “Lady with the Lamp”
Back in 19th Century Britain, nurses were widely regarded as a lowly lot, their profession best befitting impoverished, mainly elderly women whose abrasive bedside manner left much to be desired.
2020: Your year, let's make it count
This month marks the start of a huge year for our professions and presents a raft of opportunities that global nursing and midwifery leader Jill White says are unlikely to come around again anytime soon.
Annual Professional Conference 2019
Read about the 2019 annual conference and watch the presentations.
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International Year of the Nurse/Midwife
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