Nurses and midwives are required to participate in at least 20 hours of Continuing Professional Development per year as part of their registration requirements. There are a number of ways to obtain CPD hours including reading articles on the ANMJ website and in the Journal. The articles on this site provide further tips, ideas and education to ensure you gain the hours you need.
Another excellent way to gain CPD hours is participating in the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation’s (ANMF) CPE tutorials. The tutorials are free to members of the QNMU and ANMF NT Branch. Discount rates apply to all other members of the ANMF and the NSWNMA.
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