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Appointing NPAQ for Enterprise Agreement negotiations
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Congratulations to Brett Clarke who received 12 Months Membership reimbursed.
Brett joined NPAQ in July 2018 after seeing a number of media reports and interviews.
“I was impressed with how the association represents Nurses without any political agenda, which aligns with my values” he said.
Brett also found the NPAQ provide services at a much lower cost than the union matching exactly what he needs as a nurse working in health.
I wasted my money with the QNMU, I received no assistance, was brushed off and ended up resigning from my role due to inaction by management and the QNMU after lodging work load issues with the union” explained Brett.
A letter from the NPAQ President
An NPAQ member recently sent through a notification regarding NMBA looking into dis-endorsing RIPEN (Remote and Isolated Practice Endorsed Registered Nurse). The Registered Nurse was concerned that their current scope of practice will be weakened and devalued.
There are approximately 900 RIPEN endorsed nurses practicing in many places that have limited access to healthcare. These are Nurses who are devoted to these communities and want to improve the health outcomes of the people they serve.Read more