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NURSES will today rally against unsafe conditions at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital in Brisbane.
Nurses and midwives will today rally against unsafe conditions at The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane.
Queensland Health nurses and midwives have voted to accept the best pay increase offered by any State or Territory government in Australia.
AGED care nursing staff forced to perform on site Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) pre-shift will receive more than $45,000 in back pay following a Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union (QNMU) win.
Queensland nurses and midwives could leave their jobs if state government pay delays continue, worsening already dire staff shortages state-wide.
A new survey has identified safe workloads, ensuring minimum staff ratios and skills mix, overdue wage increases and safe working conditions, as the key solutions for recruiting more nurses and midwives to the understaffed Queensland health system.
Brisbane nurses and midwives will not back down on serious concerns around patient safety and understaffing at Greenslopes Private Hospital.
Queensland nurses, midwives, aged care staff and the public are being urged to support frontline health workers named as finalists in the QNMU Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards.
The Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union (QNMU) welcomes the Albanese Government’s submission for an aged care pay rise that properly recognises this extremely valuable workforce.
Gold Coast nurses and midwives will rally for safer conditions and fair pay outside John Flynn Private Hospital today.
The Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union (QNMU) is encouraging nurses, midwives and all Queenslanders to join NAIDOC Week celebrations underway until July 10.
The ANMF is calling on the new Albanese Government to reverse a decision to scrap COVID leave disaster payments, which have supported frontline workers throughout the pandemic.
Nurses and aged care staff will rally against extreme cuts to their wages and conditions at Regis Aged Care in Caboolture today.
Townsville nurses and aged care staff will rally against extreme cuts to their wages and conditions at Regis Aged Care in Kirwan today.
QNMU Secretary Beth Mohle said today’s International Day of the Midwife IDM would acknowledge the important role midwives play in communities throughout Queensland and around the world.
Queensland nurses and midwives are today calling on all political parties and voters to put health and aged care first at the upcoming federal election.
The QNMU has welcomed Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese’s pledge to establish new Medicare Urgent Care Centres at 50 locations across the country – taking the pressure off stretched emergency departments.
Queensland nurses and midwives will today take part in a National Day of Action calling for urgent change in Australia’s 2000-plus private aged care facilities.
As we know, COVID-19 has thrown us yet another curve ball with the latest Omicron variant. Health workers are running on empty, experiencing physical and emotional exhaustion after almost two years of pandemic response.
A coalition of peak nursing organisations (including the QNMU's federal body the ANMF) is calling on National Cabinet today to include Australia’s highly-skilled nursing practitioner (NP) workforce in the COVID vaccination roll-out.