The ANMJ is a journal for all Australian nurses and midwives, distributed to 91,882 nurses around Australia with a total readership of 134,148. The ANMJ offers news, features and analysis to keep nurses and midwives well informed. The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal - essential for good health... take one monthly.
Last month I mentioned that aged care would be a top priority for the ANMF in 2017.
Since it was first formed 35 years ago, the South Pacific Nurses Forum has been working to improve cross-cultural understanding and regional cooperation in nursing. Despite overwhelming health challenges in the Pacific, nurses and midwives are banding together to strive for universal access to quality healthcare, writes Karen Keast.
Victorian midwife Daisy Pearce has swapped her medical gloves for footy boots on the way to chasing her sporting dream.
Over the past five years the ANMF has been resisting a concerted campaign by aged care employers to remove important protections that give part time employees a level of predictability in their hours and days on which they are required to work.