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Latest news: Nurses

The Shoe-Horn Sonata: One of Australian history’s darkest tales

John Misto's award-winning Australian play The Shoe-Horn Sonata is on at the Mill Theatre at Dairy Road, from 3 to 27 April.

Take-up of ACT financial assistance for student nurses encouraging

More than 200 nursing, midwifery and allied health students have been approved for a Study Incentive Program.

Passionate graduates join Canberra Health Services

More than 360 new graduate health professionals have joined Canberra Health Services this year, minister Rachel Stephen-Smith announced.

Nominate the ACT’s outstanding nurses and midwives

Canberrans can nominate outstanding local nurses and midwives for the 2024 ACT Nurses and Midwives Excellence Awards.

Warrigal raises the bar, setting a new standard for nurse pay

In a ground-breaking and commendable move, Warrigal has announced an exceptional 15 per cent pay increase for all eligible staff members.

Nominate an outstanding nurse or midwife for an award

Canberrans can nominate local nurses and midwives for this year’s 2023 ACT Nurses and Midwives Excellence Awards.

Is ACT falling behind on nurse-to-patient ratios?

More than one in four hospital shifts do not meet the new nurse to patient ratios the ACT Government was meant to implement by July.

ACT nurses and midwives call for recovery plan

Next week, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Foundation (ANMF) – ACT branch will present a petition to the Legislative Assembly.

ACT’s outstanding nurses and midwives recognised

Almost 100 nurses and midwives were celebrated at this week’s ACT Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards.

Local nurse reflects on incredible career of over 50 years

With a nursing career spanning more than 50 years, local woman Jill Dexter, 69, has seen and heard more than most.

ACT government finally agrees to Dhulwa Mental Health Unit inquiry 

Following repeated calls by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation ACT and the Canberra Liberals, the ACT Government has today agreed to launch an independent inquiry into the Dhulwa Mental Health Unit.