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Registered nurses and midwives in Australia are invited to take part in a survey about genomic literacy. The expansion of genomics into mainstream healthcare means that all registered nurses and midwives must be ready to integrate genomics into their practice. The study aims to provide a baseline measure of the genomic literacy of Australian registered […]
After years of ANMF lobbying for the Child Health and Parenting Services (CHAPS) nurses to move from Health and Human Services to within the Tasmanian Health Service, ANMF are pleased to hear the announcement from the Government that as at January 1, 2017 the role of the (CHAPS) nurses will now sit under the Tasmanian Health Service. ANMF […]
The ANMF have met with members regarding the proposed changes to the current on call roster arrangements, and have raised these concerns with management on behalf of our members. A second meeting with management will be held within the following week, and subsequently from this the ANMF will conduct a members meeting.
The ANMF attended an information day with THS and May Shaw to support members on 4 August 2016. The ANMF are still negotiating with The Tasmanian Health Service to ensure that our members working conditions and entitlements are preserved. The ANMF intend on holding a members meeting at NESMH this week with member notices to […]