Submissions

Submissions

The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives’ Association fights for the interests of nurses and midwives by making submissions to professionally relevant inquiries, as well as publishing factsheets on issues like healthcare and the role of the media in relation to our profession.

 




Registered Nurses in New South Wales nursing homes (Inquiry)

Read our submission regarding Registered Nurses in New South Wales nursing homes (Inquiry)...



Response to Australian Aged Care Quality Agency ‘Let’s talk about quality’ survey

Read our submission in response to Australian Aged Care Quality Agency ‘Let’s talk about quality’ survey...





Submission to NSW senators about 2014 Budget

Read our submission to NSW Senators about the 2014 Budget....



Submission: childcare and early childhood learning

Unions NSW submission to the Productivity Commission inquiry into Childcare and Early Childhood Learning. Further information about the inquiry can be found here: http://pc.gov.au/projects/inquiry/childcare Download the Unions NSW Submission – ...



Submission: unpaid work for young people

Unions NSW submission to the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into Volunteering and Unpaid Work Placements Among Children and Young People in NSW. Download the submission: Unions NSW – Unpaid Work Placements  ...



Submission on superannuation

Unions NSW submission to the Federal Government on the Discussion Paper titled ‘Better regulation and governance, enhanced transparency and improved competition in superannuation’.   Donwload the Superannuation submission....



Submission to Pregnancy and return to work review

Unions NSW’s submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s Pregnancy and Return to Work review: Unions NSW – Pregnancy and RTR discrimination...



Submission to NMBA draft re-entry to practice policy consultation

The NSWNMA has made a submission to the public consultation by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia on the re-entry to practice framework. Read the submission: Submission to draft re-entry to practice policy December 2013....



National review on pregnancy discrimination

The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting a national review of discrimination in relation to pregnancy at work and return to work after parental leave. The Commission views this as an ongoing issue and the review will look at the nature,...