Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (Tasmanian Branch)
Australasian Trained Nurses' Association (ATNA) Tasmanian Branch
The Australasian Trained Nurses' Association was first established in Sydney in 1899 as a professional association. Branches were formed in other States: Tasmania joined in 1908 with a membership of about 50, which also included some doctors.
Australian Nursing Federation (ANF)
In 1924, the Australian Nursing Federation was formed as an unincorporated association comprising the ATNA, its State branches and the Royal Victorian Trained Nurses' Association (RVTNA). This National Nursing Organisation of ATNA branches and ANF operated until the 1950s.
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ANMF (Tasmanian Branch) News
- ANMF (Tasmanian Branch) welcomes the Government back flip on valuing GP practice nurses
- Rally on the coast
- Certificate III in aged care or home & community care - places available
- Nurse educator position vacant
- ANMF (Tasmanian Branch) meets with health minister
- Happy international nurse's day!
- Public sector health update
- Nurses named Australia's most trusted
- Profession… again!
- Significant win for ANMF (Tas Branch) members
- Online AHPRA registration renewal now open
- Grade 3-4 progression reminder
- Regional updates 21 March 20
- Private sector EBA Update - 21 March 2014
- Report: overview of the planned introduction of nurse endoscopy in Queensland
- State election guide 2014
Networking and Professional Development Opportunities for Nurse Immunisers in Tasmania
INSIG Tasmania is a Special Interest Group facilitated by ANMF (Tasmanian Branch) with membership open to all nurses who are involved with immunisation. INSIG Tas was formed in 2008 and membership is continuing to grow.
The aim of INSIG Tasmania is to provide a forum, which facilitates communication and discussion and encourages professional development for Authorised Nurse Immunisers
INSIG Tasmania holds a number of study days every year with presentations from members and guest speakers.
INSIG Tasmania publishes a member newsletter twice yearly to collate information of interest to nurse immunisers, and welcomes members' submissions.
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