ANF ​​leadership approved for four years, Australia

Lee Thomas will assume the office of Federal Secretary Australian Nursing Federation for the next four years from now to be elected without opposition. The vision of the ANF to the change in the care of the elderly, the application of MBS rebates and subsidies to PBS for nurses and strong leadership in the national debate over health care reform, is resonating with our members, he said.

The committee’s recommendation will be reviewed by the FDA in its review of Biologics License Application for Eyles, but the Committee’s recommendation is not binding on the FDA. Regeneron submitted a BLA for marketing approval of wet AMD in the United States in February 2011 and received a priority review status. Under review priority, the due date for a decision by the FDA on August 20, 2011 Eyles BLA.

ANF ​​will continue its program to improve the lives of its members, while the lobby for the reform of the health sector. This includes the growing power of the country care for the elderly Because We Care , the lobby of all MPs and senators on the need for the provision of health care to be fair and just, including the needs of Indigenous Australians and rural areas .

Also elected unopposed ANF Assistant Federal Secretary Yvonne Chaperon, President Coral Levett ANF ANF Federal President and Deputy Paul Nieuwenhoven.

Thomas said: It ‘an honor to represent the Australian nurses, midwives and nursing assistants. I am humbled and inspired by the support that signals downstream, said Ms.

Thomas.