APNA member, Andrea Morello, shares her story on why nurses make a big difference.
APNA President Karen Booth speaks with MJA InSight about nurses being under-utilised.
APNA has appointed board member Ken Griffin as Chief Executive Officer.
APNA member, Fiona McKinnell, shares her story about farmers in rural practice.
The voice of primary health care nurses has been heard in Canberra last week, as APNA pushes the primary health care nurse agenda in the lead up to the federal election due early this year.
Every day around 60% of primary health care nurses provide an immunisation, and a further 18% immunise at least weekly.
What to look out for? Workshops, concurrent and abstract sessions exploring the themes of: innovative and replicable models of care, quality improvement in practice, workforce capacity building, proficient health care across the ages, recognising and understanding the roles of nurses in primary health care, relevant policy issues
Supported by Health Professionals Bank. The results of this survey equips APNA members with information on the workforce conditions of your profession, and helps APNA’s develop evidence-based policy and programs relating to the primary health care nurse workforce and to advocate for you.
Our main story features the results of the APNA Workforce Survey 2018, which offers an indication of the average pay and working conditions of primary health care nurses working in Australia.
The ballot for the APNA Board is now open. This year there are six nominees for one nurse member vacancy on the APNA Board.
APNA welcomes the return of Dr Tony Hobbs to its Board. Dr Hobbs, who served on the APNA Board in 2011 and 2012, brings significant expertise in general practice administration, Australian health policy, and corporate governance.