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A Commitment to Caring By Belinda Smart

Boasting a track record dedicated to nursing and midwifery, Lee Thomas, the incoming Federal Secretary of the Australian Nursing Federation (ANF) is looking forward to the next phase of her career with the same commitment she has shown for the professions since an early age. When she officially takes up her new role on 1 July (replacing outgoing Federal Secretary Ged Kearney – who is moving on to the role of ACTU President), Lee will inherit the leadership of the union representing the interests 170,000 members including nurses, midwives, assistants in nursing and students. With members employed in health care and other settings, both in urban and rural or remote communities, the ANF’s remit covers hospitals, health and community services, schools, universities, the armed forces, statutory authorities, local government and professional organisations. A passionate advocate of nursing and midwifery, the former ANF Assistant Federal Secretary 2008-2010 brings to her new role a lifetime’s experience of the issues surrounding the professions. Apart from a brief, youthful flirtation with hairdressing, Lee has been involved with the care professions in some form or other from an early age. Her very first step on the professional ladder took the form of work experience at a nursing

home in Adelaide while she was in year 11, she confirms. “I was then fortunate enough to obtain some part time work in that nursing home. The experiences during that time helped me make the final decision to apply to a few Adelaide hospitals to commence my RN education.” From such beginnings to becoming head of the third largest union in Australia (the Shop Distributive and Allied Employees Association is the largest with a membership of around 230,000 members, and the Australian Education Union is the second largest with around 180,000), is quite a journey. When asked if she could have anticipated arriving at her impending role, Lee is both unassuming and frank. “Absolutely not!” she confirms, although she does concede that she has been actively involved in the union for most of her career. If the hands-on business of nursing and midwifery has always been her passion, her enthusiasm for the profession and the experiences she has gained through it make her ideally suited for the next phase of her career. “Some of the characteristics that I have gained through my years of nursing and midwifery are things like being able to communicate well with many different people, as well as a healthy respect for fairness and equity and a sense of humour,” she says.

Over the long term, Lee has high hopes for further developments, among them cures for diseases like cancer and diabetes and more extensive roles for nurses and midwives. Meanwhile, her more immediate objectives include continuing to build on groundwork already achieved by the ANF, in particular in aged care and promoting the professional and industrial concerns of the nursing and care professions.

Lee Thomas – Incoming Federal Secretary of the Australian Nursing Federation (ANF).

Meanwhile, with much having changed for the better since she first entered the profession, there is good reason to be optimistic for the future, she adds. “The way we are educated has changed and that is a good thing, making nurses into professionals and recognising that education for registered nurses should take place in a university was a huge change. But medical technology has changed the most significantly; the extension of procedures by laparoscopic or keyhole surgery for instance has a significant impact on length of stay and recovery rates for patients. Also, the advent of Nurse Practitioners who can diagnose, prescribe and order diagnostics is another fantastic achievement.”

“My key aims are to ensure that in aged care we meet our members’ objectives through Because We Care [the ANF’s campaign to improve aged care funding and conditions, for the benefit of aged care nurses and care staff] and to continue to strive for fairness and equity for nurses and midwives and assistants both professionally and industrially.” Armed with the experience to undertake these tasks, Lee says her career to date has contained both lows and highs. However it’s clear that none of her early enthusiasm has waned. “I think the most difficult moment in my career was assisting with the delivery of still born triplets and the most inspiring moment was every time I helped a woman and her partner to have a baby. Birth is definitely a miracle and I never tire of just how amazing it is.” To read more articles please visit Copyright NCAH

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Nurse Unit Manager – Mental Health Ref No 370 • Salary package - $ 115k circa (which includes vehicle allowance, salary packaging, & superannuation). • Based in Swan Hill - • Step up and develop your leadership style and skills Are you looking around for opportunities to step up to Manager level? Do you find that you are the one who is ambitious, motivated and still enthusiastic about guaranteeing outstanding care and wanting to lead your team in a modern, inclusive, collaborative fashion? Is it just that the opportunities are few and far between and if you had the chance to demonstrate your qualifications and capability, then you would thrive on the challenge. Look no further……our client, a large provider of health care service throughout Victoria has the perfect career management opportunity. Working within their Psychiatric division, as Nurse Unit Manager – Community within a community Mental Health service , you will have a multi faceted role as overall manager for a team in Swan Hill, as well as regional management of the community team delivering mental health services to a wider region. A small part of the role is as facilities manager, but this will be minor in terms of your overall responsibility. We’re keen to talk to you and receive your application if you have extensive experience in the provision of community based clinical psychiatric services, and an ability to assess and manage complex clinical issues in the context of a multidisciplinary team, are ready to lead a team with creativity, innovation and enthusiasm, and are a person of high integrity and honesty, are confident, keen, ambitious and very ready for your next challenging step in your nursing career. Our client has a very comprehensive professional development program in place whereby you are supported clinically and as a manager includes pier support by way of a social work educator and carer consultant, programs within the psychiatric development unit, a dual diagnosis program, a mentor and preceptorship program and a highly supportive direct manager. If our role sounds like something that has triggered your interest, contact Margo McLay on 07 3211 0888 for a confidential discussion.

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Little travelling involved Supportive and professional team environment Innovative hearing testing procedures Several opportunities exist - work close to home

Executive People ( have partnered with one of Australia’s leading audiology groups, and are working closely with them to engage the services of a number of highly talented audiology clinicians. With an innovative business model, and success based on delivering quality hearing outcomes for clients, the group has grown, creating the need to employ four practitioners - NOW. These clinician positions are based in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, however it’s anticipated that because of growth in the business, we’ll be managing more opportunities, in Sydney and Melbourne, and in regional areas. We are looking to talk with you if you are considering your opportunities for the future. • • • • •

Is it that you want to work closer to home? Maybe be rewarded for your efforts just that little bit more? Be involved in a more systematic professional development program? Work with other likeminded motivated practitioners? Manage your own clinic and see your endeavours working for you?

Our client operates independently from hearing manufacturers, and provides you with the freedom to really tailor the needs of your clients with the best possible hearing solution. If you are considering your options, Executive People, specialists in Health Industry recruitment will sit down with you and help discuss options that provide for the future. We’re very keen to hear from you if you have the essential experience and educational requirements, including Attainment of your Certificate of Clinical Practice Please apply asap, or contact Margo McLay at Executive People on 07 3211 0888, and send your application (CV + cover letter highlighting your experience relevant to these opportunities), to Margo McLay formally qualified as a registered nurse, and has attained tertiary qualifications in Business Marketing. She has a background in health, marketing, sales and has managed her own recruitment business focusing on Health and Commercial recruitment for over ten years. See

Latrobe Regional Hospital Mental Health Service The Latrobe Regional Hospital Mental Health Service is the regional provider of mental health services in Gippsland. LRHMHS operates an integrated mental health program across ten sites and provides inpatient and community mental heath care for child and youth, adult and aged care service streams. LRHMHS also operates a Community Residential Care Unit and a Prevention and Recovery Care Unit. Under the new 10 year “Because Mental Health Matters� Strategy, Mental Health services are moving into an exciting period of reform. This reform will focus on early intervention, prevention, social inclusion and recovery. LRHMHS is seeking dynamic, experienced and creative change agents to lead us into the next phase of service delivery. We have exciting positions in the following areas for nursing and allied health clinicians: Community Clinicians - Adult and Child and Youth Services Grade 3 Senior Clinician - Child and Youth Service Grade 4 Graduate Mental Health Nurse Program 2011 Post Graduate Mental Health Nurse Program 2011 Acute Aged and Adult Inpatient Units Grade 2 and 3 Enhanced Triage and Emergency Department Grade 3 Occupational Therapist Inpatient Services Grade 2 Community Residential Care Unit Grade 2 and 3 Clinicians - Conduct Disorder Prevention Program (CASEA) Grade 3 Quality Coordinator Grade 4 Full time, part time, casual, temporary and permanent positions are available. New Graduates and experienced clinicians are encouraged to apply. LRHMHS offers a supportive environment with clinical educators, preceptors, clinical supervision, a nurse practitioner candidate program and professional development opportunities. Please visit and go to our employment section. For enquiries please contact Cayte Hoppner, Director of Mental Health on 03 51738549 or

MENTAL HEALTH CAREERS AT McKESSON McKesson Asia-Pacific pioneering healthcare Some comments from McKesson@Home staff

McKesson Asia-Pacific offers Mental Health Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers and Occupational Therapists a unique career path. Mental Health Professionals can use their skills and make a meaningful contribution to people’s lives in a consumer focussed and innovative way. The Mental Health Team at McKesson provides invaluable support and advice to people in need via telephone and web.

The first point of contact for people seeking help is crucial and McKesson’s Mental Health Professionals are privileged to be the first point of contact for people seeking help and ultimately play an important part in a successful outcome for consumers. Working on a number of important and high profile programs such as gambling HELP, Mental Health Accessline, After Hours Employee Assistance Program and the Rural Support Helpline, McKesson’s Mental Health Team empowers individuals to make positive choices and seek support on a wide range of issues. The success of McKesson’s mental health services can be attributed to the professional approach of highly qualified and passionate staff.

Fits in much better with my young family and husband’s working hours, flexible shifts.” “Working from home provides flexible hours and is a positive lifestyle choice. The support from other home and office-based colleagues is really excellent.

About McKesson Key elements that underpin the achievements of the Mental Health Team are collaboration, commitment and communication. Meaningful work complimented by regular training, coaching, mentoring and business support ensure all staff, whether located remotely or in a McKesson office, feel that they are an important part of the business. McKesson is also unique in that it offers Mental Health Professionals the option to work from home. Work from Home The McKesson@Home work model has had a huge take up rate with nearly 90% of healthcare professionals working from home. This option is appealing to Mental Health Professionals as it provides a unique lifestyle that promotes a healthy work/life balance. Imagine the flexibility of working in your pyjamas, not worrying about putting on a uniform, sitting in traffic or paying for public transport! As a Work at Home Mental Health Professional, you can have it all, a career you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home without the hassles.

McKesson Asia-Pacific was founded by two Australian doctors in 1995 with the vision to utilise telephone and information technology to improve public access to healthcare. This involved combining the skills of experienced nurses, psychologists and other health professionals with clinical decision software to provide high quality healthcare information and advice. Today there are almost 1000 health professionals providing support for over 30 programs and services for State and national governments, Area Health Services, Health insurers & other private healthcare providers. McKesson’s services include: • Mental health triage & case management • Telephone triage (health information, advice and referral) • Chronic disease management. The McKesson@Home model creates employment opportunities for rural, regional and metropolitan Mental Health Professionals. For information, contact 1300 365 156 or visit

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The MHS (The Mental Health Services) 20th Annual Conference ‘20 years strong and now a renaissance’

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Experienced Mental Health Nurses Queensland Health are looking for skilled/ experienced mental health nurses (EN, RN, CN, and Nurse Practitioner) to work within the Mackay Division of Mental Health & ATODS Service. If you are a consistent, enthusiastic and committed person whose main focus is consumer outcomes, and you would like to work within a rapidly growing service, there are exciting opportunities available. There are opportunities to work in a range of ful多lling inpatient and community environments. We have current vacancies as well as planning for future known development in our services. To express your interest, please contact Donna Davis (Nursing Director) Mob: 0418 102 189.

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2011 Nursing Graduate Year

Post Graduate Diploma – Mental Health An exciting opportunity exists within Latrobe Regional Hospital Mental Health Services for newly qualified nurses with an interest in mental health to join our dynamic team and in the process be supported to further your education and gain a Post Graduate Diploma in Mental Health. In conjunction with Monash University, and outside of the computer match process (PMCV), we are offering positions for nurses registered in Division 1 to undertake the Graduate Diploma of Nursing - Mental Health.

Applications can be lodged on line at Application Information Packages are available at this web address or by contacting the application kit line on (02) 4926 7626.

Clinical Nurse Consultant 3 Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service, New Lambton, Newcastle, New South Wales Perm Full Time

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LRH Mental Health Services offer • Paid positions at 4 days per week which are available for an 18 month period commencing February 2011. • A diversity of clinical rotations within bedbased services at Traralgon are complemented by supernumerary rotations into the Adult, Aged, Child & Youth and Consultation Liaison specialist program areas (across Gippsland) A high degree of clinical support & supervision is provided.

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A full position description is available from our website Careers Section. Applications close 29 October 2010 For more information, please contact Susanne Lampitt A/Graduate Program Coordinator Mental Health Stream on (03) 5128 0052. To apply for this vacancy please visit our website – Career Section or contact Employee Services on 03 5173 8635.


health nursing. This position operates across a mixed clinical environment within and external to mental health services as part of a clinical leadership team with a significant involvement in research, education development and delivery, clinical supervision and Enquiries: Maxine Whalen, (02) 4985 5822, Closing Date: 25 June 2010. Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply. Salary and conditions in accordance with relevant award. Hunter New England Health promotes the values of Teamwork, Honesty, Respect, Ethics, Excellence, Caring, Courage & Commitment and is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

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UTOPIA Urapuntja Health Service Aboriginal Corporation Exciting new opportunities for true believers in Primary Health Care.

Currently recruiting Registered Nurse positions. Health Promotion position. Aboriginal Health Worker Educator. Admin/IT support. Exciting new opportunities for true believers in Primary Health Care. Urapuntja Health Service is an Aboriginal community controlled health organisation situated in the Alyawarr region of Central Australia, 280km NE of Alice Springs. We have a population of 1200 people living across 16 small communities. Attractive wages, including exible salary packaging arrangements, and subsidised accommodation in a beautiful setting, is on offer to reliable resilient individuals who have some time to devote to us. Do you really want to make a difference in remote Aboriginal health? This is your chance to take a crucial role in an organisation whose mission is to maximise indigenous health and has remarkable statistics to prove it. Opportunities to put your ideals into practice exist in this exciting time in health evolution. Urapuntja Health Service needs a permanent Registered Nurse with current clinical experience. Acute care medicine and primary health care experience preferred, with proven communication skills and a commitment to primary health care, to work as part of a multi-disciplinary health team in a cross-cultural setting. We encourage Indigenous nurses to apply for this position. We are also looking for a public health promotion nurse; for a position with a focus on a ‘hygiene and nutrition, mothers and babies program’. Caring maternal types encouraged to apply! We have a number of community health workers out here who would like an opportunity to become Aboriginal Health Workers. Are you an experienced educator with a strong motive to support AHW? For application and information please call. Sarah Doherty (08) 8956 9875











Focus on WA Special Feature Our next publication is a Focus on WA Special Feature. This publication will include a range of interesting career and education opportunities available to nurses and allied health professionals in Western Australia. If you are interested in advertising in this publication, call (03) 9271 8700 or email Colour Artwork Deadline: 28 June Mono Artwork Deadline: 30 June Publication Date: 5 July Image courtesy of


Are you a Registered Nurse or Allied Health Professional looking for a way to both further your career and satisfy your thirst for change and adventure simultaneously? Look no further, we have just the ticket; a brilliant working holiday experience in the United Kingdom. Take your career across the globe and find a country rich in history and culture with a healthcare industry keen for your talents and eager to further develop you with new experiences and professional enrichment. You could be working in prestigious hospitals and weekending all over Europe. If you have nursing experience in Theatres: Anaesthetics, Scrub/Scout or Recovery, ICU, CCU, A&E, Paediatrics, Oncology, Orthopaedics, Cardiothoracic, General Medical or Surgical then we have the roles for you. We also have fantastic opportunities for Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Dietitians, Radiographers and Sonographers. Our experienced recruiting experts, and hosts for the morning, have years of experience sending enthusiastic Australian healthcare professionals to the UK for both agency/ locum and permanent positions. We can offer expert advice and a range of benefits to make your relocation as smooth as possible. During the session we will be covering UK Registration, ONP Bookings, Visa requirements, job opportunities, mandatory training, our benefits and answer all your questions to ensure you leave feeling completely prepared for your trip of a lifetime. Don’t miss out. Book your place now by contacting your local consultant. Sydney session on Tuesday 22nd June 2010 Melbourne session on Friday 2nd July 2010 VIC / SA / TAS / NZ / WA Kerrie Smith T: 03 8562 4288 or 0800 001 718 (Free Call NZ) E: NSW / ACT / QLD / NT Maria Mourikis T: 02 8226 9747 E


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Caregivers a change is as good as a rest • Do you want to Work and Travel? • Do you want to earn between $1028 and $1270 a week, with FREE board and lodgings? • Do you have some care-giving experience or trained as a nurse? • Eligible to work in the UK?

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Nursing Opportunities in Saudi Arabia Interviews will be conducted in July in Australia & New Zealand

Now is the time to get organised and take advantage of the earning and saving potential as well as the extensive personal development opportunities available to you in Saudi Arabia! The King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre (General Organization) (KFSH&RC (Gen. Org.)) group are state of the art, Joint Commission International Accredited (JCIA) tertiary care medical research and academic facilities, located in Saudi Arabia. Currently the group has three hospitals with a combined total of 1,346 beds (inclusive of day beds) between the Riyadh and Jeddah sites. KFSH&RC (Gen. Org.) hospitals are national referral centres for Oncology, Organ Transplantation, Cardiovascular Diseases, Neurosciences and Genetic Diseases.

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