WCHN CEO Commits to WAS per Health Minister’s Directive
30 August 2016
As Newsflash to members (25/8/2016) the Minister for Health, the Hon Jack Snelling, stated that there would be no changes to the services or operational hours of the Women’s Assessment Service at The Women’s and Children’s Hospital. I asked the Minister to …Read More
Aussie Action Abroad – Healthcare work in Nepal
24 August 2016
Volunteer your healthcare experience in Nepal An opportunity to meet, share, observe, teach, understand and appreciate our Nepali colleagues in a variety of health provider settings. What will the venture involve? Depending on the skills of the team and the …Read More
ANMF (SA Branch) calls for licensing scheme for aged-care staff
27 July 2016
The nurses’ union wants a licensing scheme introduced to prevent aged-care workers who are sacked for misconduct from getting jobs at other nursing homes. Residential aged-care staff are required to undergo police checks every three years and nobody who has …Read More
Invitation – Hiroshima Day Commemoration 2016
22 July 2016
Hiroshima Day Peace Vigil – Saturday 6 August 5.30-7pm Elder Park You are invited to join Australian Red Cross and other community members at a public event to commemorate the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On 6 August we …Read More
Impacts of climate change on the health of the Australian community.
19 July 2016
There is a huge policy failure at the national level to respond as evidenced by the recent CAHA election climate and health policy scorecard. The Climate and Health Alliance has developed a Discussion Paper: to stimulate a national dialogue about the key …Read More
Please join us for the AGM of the Labour History Society
13 July 2016
The brief meeting will be followed by a presentation by guest speaker, Dr Paul Chapman, titled… Can Weatherill play Playford? History tells us South Australian economic development requires a formidable, aggressive government with a strategy for transforming the State. Governor …Read More
Budget’s bad turn as unions twist pay cap
12 July 2016
From money to staffing, the Government has battles on many fronts… At least 3 unions will be able to seek pay rises of up to 2.5 per cent a year, despite Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis’ promise to make major savings and …Read More
Pregnancy Protection – Free Public Lecture
6 July 2016
Pregnancy can be a confusing time for soon-to-be parents, raising many questions about how to ensure their baby’s health.  While the benefits of infant immunisations are generally well accepted, they don’t commence until the child reaches six weeks, making their …Read More
The evolution of superannuation policy in Australia
14 June 2016
The Labour History Society Adelaide invites you to a talk by Rhonda Sharp on Sunday 19th June at 2.00pm Are we there yet? The evolution of superannuation policy in Australia Superannuation policy has a long and contested history for its …Read More
Introducing a new Senior Mental Health Project Officer
26 May 2016
ANMF (SA Branch) would like to welcome a new member of staff, Ms Jocelyn Douglass, who has been seconded to the role of Senior Mental Health Project Officer in a joint appointment with SA Health and ANMF (SA Branch) to facilitate engagement …Read More
Regional and Remote News Flash
24 May 2016
Social Development Committee, South Australian Parliament – Inquiry into Governance and Management of Health Services in regional South Australia – Seeking Member Feedback Requested by 17 June 2016 The ANMF (SA Branch) has been invited to make a written submission …Read More
EOI for Cultural Safety Training Workshop
23 May 2016
26th – 27th July Raising the importance of cultural safety across the nursing and midwifery profession is a high priority for CATSINaM. One of our activities in support of this priority is to offer Cultural Safety Training once or twice …Read More
Career Structure Update – Fact Sheet 5
10 May 2016
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the joint SA Public Sector Nursing and Midwifery Career Structure Review, which is now completed. The Career Structure project steering committee has undertaken a significant amount of work redrafting the career structure …Read More
SA Health WHS Policy Guideline Feedback
9 May 2016
The ANMF (SA Branch) is seeking member feedback on the following draft SA Health Policy Guideline, which is in accordance with the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA): WHS Representation and Consultation Policy Guideline (Click to read or print) …Read More
ANMF (SA Branch) Activism Awards 2016
2 May 2016
Do you know a nurse, midwife, personal care assistant or student who is working hard to promote the interests of members? If so, nominate them today for an ANMF (SA Branch) 2016 Activism Award. The awards recognise activists who have …Read More
AMMF Professional Officer RN/M Level 5.1
28 April 2016
New Position – Full-time – Permanent, Commencement July 2016 Exciting opportunity for an experienced senior registered nurse/and or midwife for a full-time position in our professional practice team. The ANMF (SA Branch) professional team strategically represents the interests of nurses …Read More
Employment Opportunity Expression of Interest: Transforming Health Liaison Officer
28 April 2016
 (RN3 – up to two Year Fixed Term) The ANMF (SA Branch) is seeking expressions of interest from members for the role of Transforming Health Liaison Officer. This role will focus on supporting work site representatives with member engagement and …Read More
HESTA responds about Comminsure
19 April 2016
Following recent reports in issues raised by Four Corners and Fairfax media coverage of Comminsure, Hesta have released a statement via a media release. HESTA MEDIA RELEASE
Call for Expressions of Interest
11 April 2016
ANMF (SA Branch) nominations to the panel of The South Australian Health Practitioners Tribunal The Tribunal hears disciplinary proceedings against health practitioners registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law and appeals from persons against a decision of the national …Read More
Nurses buck unions’ demise
11 April 2016
Article from: AFR.Com/Financial Review As union leaders despair over their shrinking membership, one organisation, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation, is defying the shift of workers away from organised labour. Over the past two years, the federation’s membership has grown …Read More