August 2015
Queensland Nurse;Aug2015, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p26
The article offers information related to nursing and midwifery policies, highlighting the Queensland Nurses Unions' midwives and nurse-patient ratios. It discusses the commitment of the government to legislate ratios in the state's public health facilities. Other information such as the QNU's new website is presented.


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