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NENA is now on Facebook!

Be sure to jump on to Facebook and like and/or share the NENA Facebook page. You can find us by searching for NENA.

Click here to check out the NENA Facebook page.

 


 

Call for NENA News Material

New Directions for Enrolled Nurses

NENA is calling on enrolled nurses to submit material or ideas for the revamped NENA News.

Click here to find out more.

 


 

How do you use the internet? Quick survey to help inform the design of the APNA Framework

APNA have kicked off the design and build of the APNA Education and Career Framework website and are keen to know more about how you access the internet, both at work and at home, so they design the site in a way that best suits your needs.

Therefore, APNA need your help once again, please complete this quick 7 minute survey to help inform their next stage of the project.

 


 

APNA Transition to Practice Pilot Program 2017

The APNA Transition to Practice Pilot Program is a 12 month transition program, with the aim of increasing the confidence, skills and knowledge of nurses, commencing work in primary health care settings – including:

• Community health i.e. nurses working in local council areas or private community health

• Aboriginal Health Services

• Aged care

• Correctional health

• General practice and many more

APNA is looking for applications from two groups of nurses who are currently working in primary health care.

For more information on eligibility and to apply visit please click here.

 


 

October 2016 - Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia

Keep up to date with important information relevant to the regulation and professional practice of nuring and midwifery in Australia.

Click here to view their October 2016 edition.

 


 

October 2016 - Enrolled Nurses & Medication Administration

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia have released an Enrolled Nurses and Medication Administration Fact Sheet.

Click here for a copy of the Fact Sheet.

 


 

NENA Executive Committee Nominations

The below NENA Executive Committee positions have been successfully filled for the 2015 - 2017 period:

President - Louise Dearman

Vice President - Christine Anderson

Secretary - Siobhan Bidgood

Fund Raising Officer - Gail Martin

Fund Raising Officer - Tracey Dohnt

Public Relations Officer - Hollie Purton

Three Ordinary Members - Margie Cameron, Sue White & Kate Sarro

Three Ex-Officio Members - Sally-Anne Jones, Lee Thomas & Annie Butler

The following position is still available:

Assistant Secretary - position available

More information:

ANMF & NENA members are eligible to nominate and be part of the NENA Executive Committee for 2015 - 2017. Nominations closed on 29 January 2016, however, as there is still a vacant position, the NENA Executive will continue the work of NENA without this position being filled. We will be accepting late nominations should members be interested in nominating for the 2015 - 2017 period. For more information about what is involved in being part of the NENA Executive Committee and for a copy of the Nominations Form please click here.

For more information about the members of the NENA Executive Committee, please click here.



Upcoming Events

Register for the Global Acute Care Excellence Forum in February 2017!

For more events and full details click here.