25 Collective Acts (Generic) Website 1200×40025 Acts Individual (ACT 23) B2TF 1200 x 40025 Acts Collective (ACT 23) B2TF 1200 x 400Conf Speaker (Roianne West) B2TF 1200 x 400Conf Speaker (Lynore Geia) B2TF 1200 x 400 Yumalundi Yumalundi means “hello” in the Ngunnawal language.The Ngunnawal People are the Traditional Owners of the Canberra region. The Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) is the peak advocacy body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives in Australia. Become a Member today! Take your place amongst Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing and Midwifery professions of the past, present and future. Apply Now Featured Events CATSINaM National Conference Series Learn more Leaders In Indigenous Nursing & Midwifery Education NetworkRefresh Series Learn more CATSINaM 25 Year Celebration Learn more Close The Gap2021 Learn more Racism has no place in Nursing and Midwifery and CATSINaM is taking a stand by becoming a supporter of the Racism. It Stops with Me CampaignOur very own Professor Juanita Sherwood is one of Australia’s anti-racism advocates.Please find more information here – https://itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au/riswm-partners/advocates 16 First NationsNurse Practitioners 92 First NationsRegistered Midwives 2659 First NationsRegistered Nurses 1359 First NationsEnrolled Nurses 1714 First NationsNursing and Midwifery Students 4012 First NationsClinicians 357 First NationsNon-Clinicians 1600 First NationsCATSINaM Members Source: NHDS Nurses and Midwives, 2016 – 2019 Note: The map pins are an indication of members in a location only.