$212
$1,000
Run For Your Life University of South Australia
Run For Your Life
$212
$1,000
University of South Australia
Run For Your Life
Run For Your Life

TEAM ANMF's page has now expired

684 days ago, TEAM ANMF created this page in support of University of South Australia.

With the help of Team ANMF SA, TEAM ANMF gave everything:

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 2 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised $212.

My Story

You are aware of how often South Australia's nurses, midwives and personal care assistants are the targets of aggressive behavior and threats of physical violence.

For example:
• A nurse was threatened with a pair of scissors in an emergency department and had to use a duress alarm to get out to safety.
• Another sustained a neck injury after a patient grabbed her ponytail and pulled her up from a sitting position to standing upright.
• A midwife was verbally abused by the estranged partner of a patient who had just given birth.
• Not to mention the countless times they’ve been kicked, punched and spat on—all while doing their jobs to support the South Australian community.

Enough is enough.

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) City-Bay team is participating in this year’s City-Bay with a message: ‘Run for your life – stop the violence in healthcare’ and raising funds for research to support changes to create safer workplaces for health care workers and the patients in their care.

Share a dollar or two to support valuable research to assist nurses, midwives and personal care workers who dedicate their lives to caring for you and your loved ones around-the-clock.

They deserve to be ‘treated’; not mistreated.

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Team ANMF SA

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You are aware of how often South Australia's nurses, midwives and personal care assistants are the targets of aggressive behaviour and threats of physical violence.

For example:
• A nurse was threatened with a pair of scissors in an emergency department and had to use a duress alarm to get out to safety.
• Another sustained a neck injury after a patient grabbed her ponytail and pulled her up from a sitting position to standing upright.
• A midwife was verbally abused by the estranged partner of a patient who had just given birth.
• Not to mention the countless times they’ve been kicked, punched and spat on - all while doing their jobs to support the South Australian community.

Enough is enough.

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) City-Bay team is participating in this year’s City-Bay with a message: ‘Run for your life – stop the violence in healthcare’ and raising funds for research to support changes to create safer workplaces for health care workers and the patients in their care.

Share a dollar or two to support valuable research to assist nurses, midwives and personal care workers who dedicate their lives to caring for you and your loved ones around-the-clock.

They deserve to be ‘treated’; not mistreated.

Visit Team
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Team ANMF SA

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You are aware of how often South Australia's nurses, midwives and personal care assistants are the targets of aggressive behaviour and threats of physical violence.

For example:
• A nurse was threatened with a pair of scissors in an emergency department and had to use a duress alarm to get out to safety.
• Another sustained a neck injury after a patient grabbed her ponytail and pulled her up from a sitting position to standing upright.
• A midwife was verbally abused by the estranged partner of a patient who had just given birth.
• Not to mention the countless times they’ve been kicked, punched and spat on - all while doing their jobs to support the South Australian community.

Enough is enough.

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) City-Bay team is participating in this year’s City-Bay with a message: ‘Run for your life – stop the violence in healthcare’ and raising funds for research to support changes to create safer workplaces for health care workers and the patients in their care.

Share a dollar or two to support valuable research to assist nurses, midwives and personal care workers who dedicate their lives to caring for you and your loved ones around-the-clock.

They deserve to be ‘treated’; not mistreated.

Visit Team

Thank You

Top Supporters

Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run 2017

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Charity

University of South Australia