Nurses and midwives ... focusing on the bigger picture

April 2010
Queensland Nurse;Apr2010, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p18
The article provides information on the 'Nurses. For You. For Life' campaign initiated by the Queesnland Nurses' Union (QNU) to address the critical workforce issues among nurses and midwives in Queensland. It notes that the campaign calls for the development of viable strategies for the future of the nursing and midwifery workforces. It urges members to join the Nurses and Midwifery Workforce Summit to discuss the workforce challenges on ageing populations and domestic recruitment.


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