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Nurses to descend on Darwin for ACN national conference

Approximately 700 nurses from across the nation will convene in the Northern Territory next week for the profession’s signature leadership and education event at the Darwin Convention Centre from August 17-19.

Registered nurses in aged care 24/7 first step to improving care of elderly: ACN

The Australian College of Nursing says it welcomes the prioritising of registered nurses in aged care 24/7 as one of the first pieces of legislation put forward during the first sitting of the new parliament.

ACN calls for all Australian nurses to receive tax-free pandemic bonus

The Australian College of Nursing says it welcomes the NSW Government’s bonus to public sector health care professionals but says it should be tax-free and adopted by every jurisdiction in the country.

ACN urges all parties to address nursing workforce crisis during election campaign

The Australian College of Nursing is urging politicians of all persuasions to prioritise the issues impacting the nursing profession throughout the campaign, in the interests of the health of the nation. 

Nurses use summit to call for action to rebuild health care post-COVID

Rebuilding Australia’s health system after the COVID-19 pandemic is the focus of Friday’s National Policy Summit, hosted by the Australian College of Nursing (ACN).

Let nurses lead the fight to eliminate gender-based discrimination and violence – ACN

Ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) is urging policymakers to replace superficial platitudes with tangible action to ensure the nursing profession is central to solutions focused on ending violence against women.

ACN pre-budget submission calls for more nurse access to PD and skill advancement

The Australian College of Nursing’s 2022/23 Pre-Budget Submission provides a way forward in supporting the planning of the Australian nursing workforce and creating opportunities for both current and prospective nurses to achieve their potential.

ACN calls for govt action as fears mount for mental health of nursing workforce

The Australian College of Nursing says it has been overwhelmed with feedback from nurses nationally expressing their fears and sharing their levels of exhaustion and stress in response to the current pandemic.

Nurses lead on developing principles to address climate change impact on health care

Led by a national community of interest and developed over a 12-month period, the Australian College of Nursing has launched its national Nursing Leadership in Emissions Reduction Guiding Principles.

New national program aims to attract and prepare nurses in aged care

The University of Wollongong (UOW), the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) and Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) have joined forces with the Federal Government to establish Aged Care Transition to Practice (ACTTP) programs to attract and retain up to 740 new nurses to aged care.

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