The Queensland Nurses' Union (QNU) is the industrial and professional organisation for nurses and midwives working in public and private health and aged care in Queensland.
The QNU seeks to promote and defend the industrial, professional, social, political and democratic interests of nearly 50,000 members.
- Registered nurses
- Enrolled nurses
- Assistants in nursing (however titled)
- Anyone who undertakes nursing work
There is no other organisation in Queensland which provides comprehensive representation for nurses and midwives as both employees and professionals.
The QNU is a state-registered union and a branch of the Australian Nursing Federation (ANF), which has branches in each state and territory, which means the Union is also active in promoting the interests of nurses and midwives on a national and international level. Membership of the QNU also provides for full membership of the ANF.
Members have the opportunity to be actively involved in the QNU and decide our priorities through the Unionís democratic structure. Ultimately, itís these priorities and policies which help influence and shape the practice of nursing and midwifery in Queensland.
Nurses and midwives, through the QNU, have a long and proud history of working together to achieve improvements to working conditions, to the profession and, through the broader union movement, to the lives of all Australians.
Nurses and midwives continue to work together and pool their combined resources and knowledge to protect and further the common interests of all members.
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