ANMF attended a meeting at Umina Park in Burnie on Friday 10 February to discuss the process for the Nurses Enterprise Agreement which expires in June 2017. This was also an opportunity for Carers and Nurses to raise workload and other industrial concerns which are being followed up with management. A news flash will be […]
ANMF met with members on 5A at the Royal Hobart Hospital to discuss a response from management in regards to concerns raised on the unit. Members at the meeting felt that support on the ward for care of patients had improved. Please contact ANMF if there are any further concerns.
ANMF visited the following sites in the North; Uniting Aged Well Aldersgate Village, Sandhill Nursing Home, Southern Cross Care Ainslie House and Eskleigh. It was great to visit our members at their sites, update the notice boards and take out the latest educational flyers and ANMF merchandise. Look out for ANMF coming to visit you […]
ANMF have raised members workload concerns with the Tasmanian Health Service (THS) management, and have held an initial meeting with management. We will be attending another meeting on 20 February 2017, at this meeting we will discuss the data collected by the THS to ascertain the level of workloads. Following this meeting ANMF will conduct a […]
ANMF have recently raised concerns with Tasmanian Health Service (THS), on behalf of members at the Angiography Suite, about workloads. We are pleased to report that THS have implemented some of our suggestions on an interim basis, the most significant being the temporary appointment of a Clinical Educator for a 3 month period. ANMF have written […]