August 2013
Queensland Nurse;Aug2013, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p16
The article focuses on the Queensland Nurses Union (QNU) delegates, who marched on the parliament house in Brisbane, Queensland to protest the plan of the Liberal National Party (LNP) to privatise public hospitals. It says that the delegates have petitioned more than 6,500 signatures and demand the parliament to back down its privatisation agenda. It mentions the purposes of a "Nurse Power" fund such as raising public awareness of nurses and midwives, advocating for health system fund.


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