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Ted Murphy is CATSINaM’s longest serving board member! His individual activism as a nurse, clinician and educator has seen him provide an Indigenous voice and perspective to governing bodies, universities and education councils. 3 WEEKS TO GO #CATSINAM25Years 2020 was incredible for our collective activism – we celebrated thousands of years of traditional birthing & healing practice for the International Year of the Nurse & Midwife & #RECOGNISEBLACKNURSESANDMIDWIVES2020 campaign. 3 WEEKS TO GO #CATSINAM25Years
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Ted Murphy is CATSINaM’s longest-serving board member! His individual activism as a nurse, clinician, and educator has seen him provide an Indigenous voice and perspective to governing bodies, universities, and education councils. #MemberSpotlight
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2020 was incredible for our collective activism – we celebrated thousands of years of traditional birthing & healing practice for the International Year of the Nurse & Midwife & #RECOGNISEBLACKNURSESANDMIDWIVES2020 campaign. 3 WEEKS TO GO
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A nurse for 40 years, Donna Tschuna is an inspirational role model for young nurses & uni students. Her individual activism is helping to grow our Indigenous nursing & midwifery workforce so our mob receive safe care: https://buff.ly/3OIx6k8
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25th Anniversary Celebrations Thursday 18 th August – Sunday 21 st of August HYATT REGENCY, DARLING HARBOUR DJUBUGULI/WARRANE (SYDNEY) Ancestral Lands of the Gadigal of the Eora Nation Members only who have been active on Back to the Fire. To be eligible please act for the following: CLICK HERE to fill in the scholarship form ( disregard all other scholarships and select ‘CATSINaM Conference Scholarship) Reply to the CATSINaM Conference Scholarship thread on the All-Members Campfire in 30 words or less outlining what the benefits would be for you attending the CATSINaM ...
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Our collective activism in 2017 was an important milestone as we adapted the Aust Govt’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Curriculum Framework specifically for nursing & midwifery. 6 WEEKS TO GO #CATSINAM25Years
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CATSINaM founding member Aunty Nola White has been a leader & activist in nursing & midwifery for 50 years. She says our motto Unity, Strength and Caring means that together we draw strength in our caring profession. 7 WEEKS TO GO! https://buff.ly/3yLX7um #CATSINAM25Years
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Celebrating 25 years of collective and sustained Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing and Midwifery activism across 25 weeks. The CATSINaM team will be drawing from the collective and individual Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Nursing and Midwifery acts of activism as well as presenting 7 themed online events which will host an array of guest speakers and provide and opportunity for CATSINaM members to celebrate with us. The first COLLECTIVE act of 25 will naturally be acknowledging the founding and establishment of our organisation back in 1997. The first INDIVIDUAL act acknowledges the works of Aunty Sally Goold (nee Bamblett), Wiradjuri ...
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