17 April 2019 A members’ meeting was held on 19 March 2019. Several issues were raised including workload and stores management. ANMF has written to the Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) to request a meeting to discuss solutions to these issues.
17 April 2019 The Central Coast Community Health Nursing Service Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) met on 28 March 2019 to discuss the impact of the integration on members. It was acknowledged that the service has been busier than usual. ANMF will be seek advice from members as to whether they believe there is a need […]
17 April 2019 On 8 April 2019, Crisis Assessment and Treatment Team (CATT) members were also given the good news that all Registered Nurses working in the CATT role will finally be reclassified to Grade 5. This allows the CATT role to be recognised at the appropriate specialist level and hopefully will encourage other nurses […]
17 April 2019 The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation have been advocating for Crisis Assessment and Treatment Team (CATT) members since December 2018 following a change proposal to the CATT Roster. Since this change proposal members have reported concerns regarding the rostering of one day off. A series of monthly consultative meetings since January 2019 […]
17 April 2019 The ANMF officials and your Workplace Representative attended the Tasmanian Industrial Commission (TIC) on 5 April 2019 to raise issues on behalf of our Launceston General (LGH) Emergency Department (ED) members. The ANMF are continuing their advocacy for members who are working in an overcrowded and ramped department, within a hospital that […]