A reminder to our members - final income statements have been sent and you can now lodge your tax return
The ATO has prepared tailored information for Nurses and Midwives to help make tax time simple this year. This includes what you can and can’t claim, and how to best prepare and lodge your tax returns to ensure you claim the correct deductions. And don’t forget – your ANMF ACT membership fees are tax deductible too!
Taxpayer-funding for aged care must go directly to nurses and care workers – not into providers’ pockets
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) has welcomed the Albanese Government’s funding for a long-awaited 15% pay rise for the aged care workforce, but has expressed its bitter disappointment and serious concerns that underpaid nurses and care workers may be denied better wages, because the Government has failed to impose rules on how providers actually use the money.
Reflection of 2022
As we celebrate the end of the year, we look back and reflect on the many incredible things we’ve achieved with our members. But we know, there is always so much more to do. Thank you to all our Workplace Delegates, Branch Councillors and members for all your work, passion, and determination once again this year. We will see you all in 2023 - bigger, louder, stronger together.
International Women’s Day: Aged Care Workers’ Entitlements at Risk
The ANMF is urging the Albanese Government to ensure that providers pass on taxpayer-funding in pay rises for aged care workers.
Being a Midwife
Your first 1,000 days of being a Midwife are just as important as the 1,000 days after birth
Becoming a Registered Nurse
Different journeys, same drive. Members share their thoughts on why choosing to be a Nurse can enrich your life and the lives of others every single day.
We all remember the very first few days, or even weeks of starting a new job. As the feelings of anticipation and nervousness creep in, all you can focus on is ensuring you’re doing the absolute best that you can in your new role.
Looking after yourself is just as important as looking after women and families
Looking after yourself is just as important as looking after women and families.
Advocating, Learning and Caring
Enrolled Nurse and ANMF ACT Workplace Delegate Lisa Bourke has been a nurse for five years working at Calvary Hospital. Since joining the industry, Lisa has become a branch member and most recently a Workplace Delegate, continuing to do what she loves while advocating for the rights of colleagues and patients. We spoke to Lisa about her career so far, the impacts joining ANMF ACT has had on her, and her hopes for the future.
The National Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Capability Framework: What it is and how to use it
The Australian Digital Health Agency and ANMF are promoting a suite of resources to help you utilise the National Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Framework and assist in advancing your digital capability in your individual practice.