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Come celebrate May Day with us
13 April - May 1 is May Day, a day which celebrates the power of unions globally in achieving better working conditions - such as the eight-hour working day - and also the achievements of working people.
Feedback sought on Rural Emergency Nurse Practitioner Model of Care
9 April - Members are invited to give feedback on ANMF (SA Branch)’s response to the Rural Emergency Nurse Practitioner Model of Care, released by SA Health.
Latest advice on COVID vaccines
9 April - The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has recommended that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is preferred over the AstraZeneca vaccine in adults aged under 50.
ANMF and SA Health in anti-violence workshop
9 April - It will come as no surprise to members that violence across our health system has skyrocketed in recent years, with Black Code incidents (12,307) for 2018 to 2019 up by 1660 compared to 2017.
Massive Safety Win for Whyalla and Port Augusta
8 April - In a massive win for nurse and patient safety, Whyalla and Port Augusta hospitals are planning to introduce 24/7 on-site security protection services.
The health disaster unfolding in our state
8 April - In what must be a new low for health care in this state, Balaklava Hospital was left without a single doctor during Good Friday and Easter Saturday.
Health department ‘couldn’t organise a chook raffle’
8 April - One of the nation’s top mental health experts has furiously unloaded on the State Government and SA Health, telling media he was “not going to be part of a charade” and that the health department “couldn’t organise a chook raffle’’.
Here’s to good world health
7 April - Today, April 7, marks the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO was established in 1948) and as such is a day celebrated annually as World Health Day.
Have your say on the Women’s, Child and Youth Health Plan
7 April - SA Health has released its Women’s Child and Youth Health Plan 2021-2031 Summary Framework for Consultation.
A distinguished career helping families cope with allergies and eczema
7 April - Ever thought about pursuing a career in education or research? We took some time to chat with Mrs Deryn Thompson, who was the winner of the 2020 ANMF Award for Research in Action to learn more about her role as a lecturer in Nursing with th
Safety still an issue at Wallaroo
7 April - Wallaroo Hospital is pressing ahead with a reduced nursing roster despite serious concerns about patient safety.
A very bad Friday for Balaklava hospital
7 April - In what must be a new low for regional health, the Balaklava hospital was left without a doctor for Good Friday and Easter Saturday.
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