The largest health workforce in Australia: You’ll want nurses on your side this election

As Australians prepare for the five-week federal election campaign, the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) calls on all parties and candidates to improve the health of Australians by unlocking the capacity of primary health care nurses.

APNA meets with Health Minister Greg Hunt

The voice of primary health care nurses has been heard in Canberra last week, as APNA pushes the primary health care nurse agenda in the lead up to the federal election due early this year.

2019 Seasonal influenza vaccines now available under the National Immunisation Program (NIP)

Key information about 2019 NIP influenza vaccines from the Australian Government Department of Health.


What to look out for? Workshops, concurrent and abstract sessions exploring the themes of: innovative and replicable models of care, quality improvement in practice, workforce capacity building, proficient health care across the ages, recognising and understanding the roles of nurses in primary health care, relevant policy issues

Nurse 2022

My Pledge to Nurse 2022  I will take charge of my career I will promote the value of my role I will support my profession and my peers

Joint statement: Nurses and midwives central to provide better healthcare

APNA is proud to stand together with peak nursing and midwifery organisations to today release the 2019 Federal Election Priorities.

Championing Change

Seqirus Australia is proud to announce that applications are now open for the 2019-2020 Championing Change Innovation Practice Nurse Grants. The grants recognise and support practice nurses demonstrating innovation in adult immunisation.

Enjoy a fulfilling career

APNA will support you throughout your career in primary health care. Find out which membership type suits you.

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