Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia surveys

29 Jan 2015

In 2015, the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) continues its mission to work in partnership with the nursing and midwifery professions and associations, the education sector and the wider community.

One of our key priorities for 2014/15 is to strengthen relationships between the NMBA and our stakeholders. We have planned a number of improvement initiatives that focus on fostering stakeholder relationships, improving and strengthening the National Scheme, and driving operational excellence.

Thank You

Thank you all those who have participated in our surveys below. Your participation has given us some useful insights and we will provide and update on the survey results in the coming weeks.

Issues affecting health impaired nurses and midwives

Closed 11 February 2015

The NMBA is reviewing referral, treatment and rehabilitation services for nurses and midwives with a health impairment, and the role of national and international regulators.

As well as holding focus groups we also conducted an online survey aimed at getting a better understanding of issues affecting management and support for health impaired nurses and midwives.

NMBA review brand identity

Closed 8 February 2015

We are undertaking a comprehensive review of the understanding and recognition of the NMBA brand and identity. As part of this review we conducted an online survey to:

  • get a better understanding of the NMBA’s role as seen by our major stakeholders including nurses, midwives and consumers in general 
  • analyse the significance of NMBA and AHPRA branding and identity (and any possible confusion between the two).
 
 
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