An exciting future for our Union

Geraghty-Rudd, Desley
October 2010
Queensland Nurse;Oct2010, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p2
The article provides the insights of Queensland Nurses' Union (QNU) president Desley Geraghty-Rudd regarding QNU. Geraghty-Rudd mentions Sally-Anne Jones who has been elected as the next QNU president. She says that the Union will be facing a significant challenge in reconstructing their existing democratic structures. She adds that the organization's success is due to its robust vision and plans to ensure that midwives and nurses have significant voice in their workplaces and profession.


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