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Anaesthetic Technicians to Fight for Better Jobs from Complacent WA Government
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Anaesthetic Technicians to Fight for Better Jobs from Complacent WA Government

Anaesthetic Technicians are calling on the State Government to deliver pay equity and sensible, longoverdue improvements to their career structure to retain highly skilled and experienced technicians inpublic health. The budget announcement today of investment in public health services is very welcome. However,without any investment directed at supporting and retaining the workforce, there won’t be…

Allied Health Professionals, Technicians, Hospital Admin and Security Stand Up for Better Pay at Fiona Stanley Hospital
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Allied Health Professionals, Technicians, Hospital Admin and Security Stand Up for Better Pay at Fiona Stanley Hospital

RELEASED 1 MAY 2024 HSUWA Members, including Allied Health Professionals, Technicians, Assistants and Clerksfrom Fiona Stanley Hospital, will congregate to Stand Up! for better pay and conditions at aMass Member Meeting on Wednesday, 1 May 2024. The meeting comes as the State Government and Department of Health have failed to present anOffer to the largest…

HSUWA Member Advocacy Forces State Government to Act on CAMHS Services

HSUWA Member Advocacy Forces State Government to Act on CAMHS Services

HSUWA welcomes the announcement by the WA Health Minister that the State Government will fund the establishment of four community based Acute Care and Response Teams (ACRT Teams) to support WA children and adolescents who are seriously unwell. HSUWA Members working as Clinical Psychologists, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists and administrative staff with Child and Adolescent Mental…

HSUWA Threatens Industrial Action at CAMHS

HSUWA Threatens Industrial Action at CAMHS

HSUWA Members have advocated for nearly three years for urgent action to improve services for children who need to access public mental health services. The Union announced that if funding for more staff and services are not committed by December, its Members working as Clinical Psychologists, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists and in Clerical roles with…

Stand Up! For Allied Health Workers
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Stand Up! For Allied Health Workers

State Government Misses a Key Opportunity to Start Workforce Planning for Allied Health Today, the WA Health Medical, Nursing Midwifery Workforce Summit was held with the aim to discuss workforce challenges and solutions to grow the WA healthcare workforce in the future. Disappointingly, HSUWA Members were denied an opportunity to participate and provide their valuable…

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