Because we care our campaign continues

Mohle, Beth
June 2010
Queensland Nurse;Jun2010, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p5
In this article, the author discusses the aspects of Queensland Nurses' Union's (QNU) Because We Care campaign. She notes that the campaign aims to provide funding for aged care initiatives, including the training for existing nursing and aged care staff to upgrade their qualifications and for 900 new nursing scholarships. She adds that the campaign is designed to achieve sustainable health reform and call for further commitments from the government.


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