It is important for nurses and midwives to celebrate their important work and for the community to acknowledge the positive impact nurses and midwives make to the health system.
That’s why every year in May we celebrate International Nurses’ Day (IND) and International Day of the Midwife (IDM) at events across the state.
A highlight of the celebrations in Queensland is a major breakfast, hosted by the QNU and Queensland Nursing Council. Proceeds from the breakfast go to the 139 Club, a welfare centre for the homeless based in Brisbane.
IND and IDM are a chance to recall and celebrate the importance of nursing and midwifery to our personal and social well-being—in the past, the present and the future.
In hospitals, health facilities, community health, disability and aged care settings throughout the state nurses and midwives are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to provide care for the sick, injured and elderly.
Nurses and midwives are worth celebrating!
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