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.

NSWNMA opposes coal seam gas mining in NSW

The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association opposes coal seam gas mining across NSW and is opposed to the Santos Narrabri Coal Seam Gas Project going ahead. This report focuses on the health and environmental issues … Read More

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Submission from NSWNMA to Australian Law Reform Inquiry into Elder Abuse

As part of our preparations for this submission we consulted our members and the community through a survey and a national aged care telephone dial-in. Their testimonials and responses are included in this document and … Read More

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Willing to Work age discrimination inquiry

The NSWNMA submission to the National Inquiry into Employment Discrimination Against Older Australians and Australians with Disability, based on mature members’ experiences and perception of age discrimination at work, is now online: Willing to Work submission … Read More

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The future of Australia’s aged care sector workforce

Here is the ANMF submission to the Senate inquiry into the future of Australia’s aged care sector workforce: ANMF submission March 2016

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Submission to Senate Inquiry into future of aged care workforce

Here is the NSWNMA submission to the Senate Inquiry into the future of Australia’s aged care workforce, March 2016: Senate Inquiry Aged Care Workforce Submission

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Inquiry into elder abuse in New South Wales

Read our submission regarding Elder Abuse in NSW

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Registered Nurses in New South Wales nursing homes (Inquiry)

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

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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

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