ANMF members and the community will keep the Morrison Government’s aged care failures in the election spotlight with a rally in the marginal Corangamite electorate on Friday 6 May.
Under the title ‘putting patients first’ the Andrews Labor Government’s 2022 budget puts health at the centre of its spending over the coming years, with a plan that includes educating, employing and supporting the wellbeing of a further 5000 nurses and midwives.
Victoria’s unique mental health service for nurses and midwives will be expanded across Australia under an Albanese Labor government.
The Nurses and Midwives (Victorian Public Sector) (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2020—2024, provides ‘annual increments’ for a number of grades, in particular enrolled nurses, and commencing registered nurses and midwives.
Branch Councillor Stephen McKenzie is a true family man. So much so that he followed his wife (and sister and at least a couple of aunties) into nursing. Today, his daughters are nurses too.