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August 2010
Queensland Nurse;Aug2010, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p12
Information on several topics discussed at the 29th Annual Conference sponsored by Queensland Nurses' Union (QNU) regarding the development in the nursing profession is presented. Topics include several resolutions to address the payroll system problem, new opportunities for nursing and midwifery, and the execution of a new national registration and accreditation policy. The conference featured several heads of nursing organizations including Honorable Paul Lucas, Kate White, and Anne Copeland.


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