Quality of Working Life for Nurses
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED. Report into the quality of working life issues that result in job satisfaction or dissatisfaction for nurses in the aged care sector. The analysis of this report is drawn from a range of focus group sessions with aged care nurses in Victoria and New South Wales.
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Report into the quality of working life issues that result in job satisfaction or dissatisfaction for nurses in the aged care sector. The analysis of this report is drawn from a range of focus group sessions with aged care nurses in Victoria and New South Wales. This research builds on the evidence base in relation to the issues affecting the recruitment and retention of staff in the aged care sector.
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