Please contact our Member Support Team if you would like to discuss any of the outlined issues or raise a concern. Alternatively, and you can send an email outlining your concerns to our team - email@example.com. Please note that due to the current COVID-19 situation, our Member Support Team is practicing social isolation measures and working from home. Bearing this in mind, email is the preferred and fastest way of contacting them, however, if your matter is urgent, please phone (03) 6223 6777 or 1800 001 241 if you are outside of Hobart.
The ANMF conducted a meeting with members on 10 June 2020 to seek feedback about a proposed change to the IPM system for notes and scheduling. On June 17, 2020, the ANMF attended a meeting with members and the Nursing Unit Manager. The meeting resulted in members gaining a better understanding of the change process and a Change Proposal was tabled for consideration. Another meeting will be arranged to support members and management throughout this process. The ANMF have enjoyed being able to hold a face to face meetings with Clarence Community Nursing as restrictions begin to ease in the State. We look forward to continuing to foster strong relationships with our members at Clarence Community Nursing.
Updates correct as at 25 June 2020. Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary
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