Nursing profession must adapt to change

November 2009

There are tough times ahead, but flexibility and effective leadership will be key to progressing the nursing profession in a changing financial climate, according to Chief Nursing Officer, Dame Christine Beasley. LOUISE FRAMPTON reports.

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