International outlook, local action: What is the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals project?

By ANMJ Staff|
October 7th, 2022|

After the disastrous 2019-20 bushfire season and recent flooding in NSW, Australia’s nurses and midwives know all too well that climate disaster creates a significant [...]

Calls for healthcare equality for First Nation Peoples in Victorian prisons

By ANMJ Staff|
July 8th, 2022|

The necessity for better prisoner healthcare for First Nation’s People was the centre of a discussion as part of NAIDOC week, this week. The webinar, [...]

ANMF partners with Aboriginal-owned business to offer Cultural Awareness Training

By ANMJ Staff|
June 1st, 2022|

The ANMF has partnered with an Aboriginal-owned business to offer Cultural Awareness Training at a discounted rate for members. Run by Walya Productions, a Darwin-based [...]

“Be Brave. Make Change” this National Reconciliation Week

By ANMJ Staff|
May 26th, 2022|

Hundreds of community-run activities will highlight the resilience and strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples throughout National Reconciliation Week (NRW), which runs from [...]

A new Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility training program for nurses and midwives launched

By ANMJ Staff|
March 17th, 2022|

The Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) has launched a new e-learning protocol that provides cultural safety and cultural humility [...]

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