ANMF has sent a response to management opposing the current change proposal to implement 10 hour shifts on weekends and public holidays. Along with other concerns raised, concerns around patients attending hemodialysis not being captured in the occupancy data for the ward were put forward. A request has also been made for management to model […]
ANMF met with members and HR on the 13th April 2016 to discuss the ongoing grievance around clinical nurse educator hours allocated to the ward. HR will now speak with management to formulate a response to the members concerns.
7 April 2016 In response to Minister Ferguson’s statement in Parliament yesterday in regards to the assurance the Department of Psychiatry at the RHH would not lose beds due to the decant of this unit, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (Tasmanian Branch) has written to clarify it is impossible to fit two beds in […]
Tasmanian Branch Secretary, Neroli Ellis addresses the media at the ANMF Hobart office today with a response to the ‘Patients First’ paper that was released today by the Tasmanian Health Minister. Ms Ellis states “We welcome many of the actions stated on the paper as many of the solutions have come from our members.” Click […]
ANMF Organisers support ACTU Organiser Janet Lambert at the Launceston General Hospital on Wednesday 23 March, by handing out ‘Thank you for working over Easter cards in support of Penalty Rates’. Pictured below from L-R: ANMF Organiser Phoebe Midson, ACTU Organiser Janet Lambert and ANMF Organiser Marita Meadows.