Difficult to compare public and private sector

February 2010
Queensland Nurse;Feb2010, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p10
The article discusses the report released by the Queensland Nurses' Union (QNU) and Australian Nursing Federation (ANF) which compares public and private hospital systems in Australia. The report indicates the need to have more consistent, effective, and transparent data collection methods of both sectors. It calls the cooperation of the public and private sector to complement each other. It asserts the importance of addressing workforce issues for the aging nurses population.


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