Campaigns go hand in hand: National nursing campaign unveils its political targets

October 2012
Queensland Nurse;Oct2012, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p13
The article highlights the key issues of "Better Hands," a campaign launched by the Queensland Nurses Union (QNU). The campaign celebrates the dedication and professionalism of nurses and midwives and underscores the centrality of a strong nursing and midwifery workforce to a robust and effective health and aged care system.


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