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Nursing in the mid-eighties--condition critical

Nursing in the mid-eighties--condition critical

Australian Health Review 8(4): 255-259

Nursing in the mid 1980s is in a chronic state of crisis. Inadequate wages, poor working conditions, lack of career opportunity, low morale, disillusionment, and high levels of stress have each contributed to the inability to recruit and retain nurses in the health care system. In the next twelve months decision makers must come to terms with the chronic problems affecting the industry, and speedily introduce radical changes if a major breakdown in the health care system is to be averted.

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