August 2013
Queensland Nurse;Aug2013, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p21
The article focuses on the concern of the Queensland Nurses Union (QNU) on the Living Longer Living Better aged care reform by the Australian federal government. It says that QNU is worried that the reform will not help increase the wage and welfare of aged care workers. According to QNU secretary Beth Mohle, the funding for the aged care reform is too low to attract more employers.


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