QNU identifies better ways to use current resources

April 2011
Queensland Nurse;Apr2011, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p7
The article reports on recommendations made by the Queensland Nurses' Union (QNU) to the Queensland State Budget for 2011-2012 to make more effective use of currently available resources for rebuilding after floods to most of Queensland and Cyclone Yasi. One of the recommendations was to offer new graduate nurses and midwives placements in mental and primary health areas.


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