Message from ANMF Federal Secretary Lee Thomas - Why we must help fight the ebola epidemic
Health care workers who volunteer to work with Ebola patients should be commended, not criticised. But instead Federal MP Bob Katter has taken aim at these amazing people. Mr Katter unfairly claims that returning aid workers are putting Australians "at risk" by travelling to West Africa to help the victims of the virus.
Already, almost 4,000 people have lost their lives to the Ebola virus, which is sweeping countries, such as Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia and Senegal. And there's no end in sight.
Unfortunately, these countries lack the healthcare expertise and the necessary resources for the treatment and management of the deadly virus. They simply cannot cope with what has become a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions.
In Australia, we have highly-educated healthcare professionals who can provide the appropriate care and quarantine procedures for people who have been in contact with infectious diseases like Ebola. Australian nurses have a long, proud history of travelling overseas to join international relief efforts in times of great need. This is one of those times. It's crucial that the Australian Government give more support to the fight against the growing Ebola virus. | Donate now to the Red Cross Ebola Outbreak 2014 Appeal

NTPS Nurse & Midwives Bargaining 2014
NTPS Nurse & Midwives Bargaining 2014 information is available in the Member Section ONLY | Login to view information

ANMF NT Nursing Scholarships 2014
Llorabel Reynolds ANMF NT Nursing and Midwifery Scholarships are offered to ANMF NT members to support nursing in the Northern Territory, for nursing students, nurses and midwives. | More information

Reporting obligations for notifying perinatal and related information are about to change
As of 01 July 2014 the "principal person" responsible at a perinatal episode or related event will be required by law to notify the episode or event to the Perinatal Registry of the NT Department of Health. For further information click here.

New Membership Forms
Membership forms have been updated as of July 2014. Please visit the membership section for all information on how to join ANMF NT.

Changes to NT Superannuation - NTGPASS - 04 April 2014 | Read more

ANMF NT Branch Nursing Portfolio
The ANMF NT understands nurses are expected to be accountable and responsible for their practice. With the development of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council (ANMC) Continuing Competence Framework (ANMC 2009) maintaining a nursing portfolio is documentation of such evidence. | View portfolio

Practitioner audit brief for ANMF
The Nursing & Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) in conjunction with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), agreed to undertake an audit (pilot) of the nursing and midwifery professions. The then ANF provided feedback on the audit checklists and frequently asked questions (FAQ) specific to the profession. | Read more

ANF Northern Territory Branch Financial Report
The ANMF NT Branch financial report for the year ended 30 June 2013 is now available in the members area.

National Workers' Memorial Honour Roll
The National Workers' Memorial commemorates the lives and sacrifice of those who have died as a result of a work-related accident or due to an illness contracted in the course of their work. Registration submissions can be made to have names published on the Honour Roll. | Read more

Updated: 21 October 2014
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