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2019

 

CNSA Annual Congress
The Complexity of Cancer Care: What will the future of cancer nursing look like?
20-22 June, Melbourne Exibition and Convention Centre
Visit: http://www.cnsacongress.com.au/

MCFHNA Conference
Navigating the future: New directions in Maternal, Child and Family Health
15-17 August, ICC, Sydney

 

 

Codes of Conduct Ethics

The Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses in Australia (2003) and the Code of Ethics for Nurses in Australia (2002) are the foundation for the practice of members of the Member Organisations of CoNNO.

Privacy Statement

CoNNO operates in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act 1998 and is committed to handling your personal information in a strictly confidential manner and in accordance with the Privacy Act. You are able to access this site without providing any personal information about yourself. However, if you contact the CoNNO requesting information, we will require some personal details, such as name and address, to enable us to assist you.

For a summary of the National Privacy Principles, contact the Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner http://www.privacy.gov.au

 

CoNNMO operates in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act 1998 and is committed to handling your personal information in a strictly confidential manner and in accordance with the Privacy Act. You are able to access this site without providing any personal information about yourself. However, if you contact the CoNNMO requesting information, we will require some personal details, such as name and address, to enable us to assist you.

For a summary of the National Privacy Principles, contact the Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner http://www.privacy.gov.au

Vision

The vision of the Coalition of National Nursing Organisation is to be an authoratitive alliance influencing health care across the lifespan, for the Australian community, through the profession of nursing.

Objectives
In order to achieve its Vision, the Coalition of National Nursing Organisations will:
  • Promote recognition of nursing as essential to the health and wellbeing of the Australian Community
  • Provide leadership in the national debate on health and public policy
  • Be a forum for discussion and consultation on professional matters
  • Facilitate communication between member organisations and other stakeholders
  • Be a recognised conduit for access within and to the nursing profession
  • Assist the development of governance and capacity of member organisations
  • Ensure CoNNO remains robust using the principals of good governance

 

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