At the School of Nursing and Midwifery, we are committed to engaging with the community by providing sponsorship support for key industry partners and events.
The WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards (NMEAs) is the highlight of the nursing and midwifery calendar. The occasion sees nurses and midwives, health care professionals and government officials from all over the state come together to celebrate and acknowledge the contribution the professions of nursing and midwifery make to the health of Western Australians.
The Congress attracts nurses worldwide who are interested in furthering their professional practice and competency, professional networking, and generating new and exciting ideas and projects.
The conference is open to all who would like to gain or share their experience and knowledge in emergency care, leadership, practice or education and is aimed at: Nursing staff, pre-hospital care staff, medical staff, allied health staff, health researches, retrieval or flight staff and nursing students.
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) is the national professional organisation for nurses with an interest in leadership, nurses aspiring to leadership roles and nurses already in leadership roles across the Australian health and aged care system.
The leading body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander nurses and midwives brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander nurses and midwives from around the world to work towards an integrated approach to closing the gap and improving health care and health outcomes for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The recognised credentialing body for mental health nurses in Australia. The ACMHN represents the profession at all levels of government and across all health service sectors, setting standards for practice, supporting mental health nursing research and providing collegial support.
Devoted exclusively to nurse/midwifery education ANTS has grown to include branches in most states, to meet the increasing need to address and evaluate new curricula, new governmental policy and other contemporary changes.
The theme of the WA branch of the ACMHN for the 2018 symposium ‘Joining the Dots, integration through collaboration and co-production’, will provide a variety of professional development educations sessions to help nurses excel in their current role whether this is in a public, private or non-government mental health setting.
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