Debate on registered nurses in aged care

Members of the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) will today gather outside NSW Parliament with community groups, local government representatives, aged care workers and relatives, ahead of a debate on the future of registered nurses in aged care in NSW. Community support has continued to build across the state, which prompted a petition of […]

Tweed rallies behind RNs in aged care

Ongoing community support is building across the Tweed region for registered nurses to remain on duty 24/7 in aged care facilities with high-care residents, on the back of a campaign by the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA). On Monday, 7 September, members of the Tweed Heads Community Nurses and Tweed Hospital Branches of the […]

Support builds in Wagga for RNs in aged care

Community support for registered nurses to remain on duty 24/7 in aged care facilities with high-care residents has continued to grow in Wagga Wagga. On Monday, 7 September, members of Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Branch of the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) will hand over more than 5,000 petition signatures, collected from the local […]

Dubbo backs need for registered nurses in aged care

Members of Dubbo Base Hospital Branch of the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) have stepped up their campaign calling for registered nurses to remain on duty 24/7 in aged care facilities with high-care residents. Today, Friday 4 September, Branch members will visit Dubbo MP Troy Grant’s office and hand over more than 4,000 petition […]

Wagga backs call for RNs in nursing homes 24/7

The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) is meeting with local nurses, academics and community groups in Wagga Wagga this week to discuss the important role of registered nurses in aged care. The NSWNNA is calling on the NSW government to extend a legal minimum requirement for aged care facilities with high care residents to […]

Aged care nurses forum 2015 Waterloo

For RNs, ENs and AiNs in residential, community and hospital aged care settings, across private and public sectors. Friday 16 October, 9am to 4.30pm An opportunity to network with colleagues in your area from residential, community and hospital aged care settings, across private and public sectors. Register early and save the date! Further information on […]

National Day of Action FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Productivity Commission inquiry, its relevance to nurses and midwives and the National Day of Action on Wednesday 4 March. Download this FAQ in PDF format: National Day of Action FAQ

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