The Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) has congratulated the Liberal-National Coalition on its return to office following Saturday’s general election and reiterated its call for the state’s world-class public health system to be maintained and not privatised in the future. General Secretary of the NSWNMA, Brett Holmes, said he was happy to give credit to […]
Hundreds of nurses and midwives have sent a message to political naysayers and media commentators who have publicly criticised the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association’s (NSWNMA) election campaigning efforts. During a Committee of Delegates meeting in Sydney last night, a passionate crowd of almost 300 nurses and midwives from across the state held branch placards […]
The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) has cautiously welcomed the latest election promise by the Liberal-Nationals Coalition regarding frontline health workers. General Secretary of the NSWNMA, Brett Holmes, said Premier Mike Baird’s election pledge to increase frontline nursing and midwifery staff by 2,100 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions failed to address ongoing workload issues in […]
In the lead-up to the state election on 28 March, here is what the NSW political parties say about ratios, aged care and privatisation. Download this as a pdf: What the parties say What we say… Download as a pdf: What we say
There’s two months to go until the NSW state election on Saturday 28 March, 2015. Make sure you have enrolled and updated your enrolment details if you moved house within the past four years. Go to the Australian Electoral Commission website to make sure your details are in.