How to get help


QNMU members have access to a wealth of information, including information about COVID-19, their wages and entitlements, activist resources and so much more.

Member Connect

In addition to the wealth of resources available online our Member Connect call centre staff are available to provide you with immediate advice over the phone or via email. The Member Connect team are all nurses or midwives with extensive experience in mental health, aged care, education, paediatrics, surgical, cardiac nursing and more. Call (07) 3099 3210 or 1800 177 273 (toll-free outside Brisbane) or email [email protected]

Request for Representation

A Request for Representation (RfR) is a request for assistance if you need help with a workplace issue that your own efforts (and those of your QNMU Workplace Representatives) have not been successful in resolving.

Workload Resources

To ensure action is taken on workload issues nurses and midwives need to be active at the health facility and local level. In this section you will find resources that can help you and your colleagues identify and report workload issues in your workplace.

QNMU Legal Plus

For all non-work related matters, including wills, family law and personal injury claims, QNMU members and their immediate family have access to QNMU LegalPlus.


QNMU Law is the first legal practice in Queensland to provide services tailored to the unique needs and challenges experienced by nurses and midwives.

As a QNMU member, we are here to assist across a range all matters of workplace issues. If you are looking for assistance, you may be able to find the information you require in our resource library.

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