Nurses win with Magnet status

October 2015
Queensland Nurse;Oct2015, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p24
The article discusses the term magnet hospital in Queensland. It states that the term refers to the status given to a health facility that meets set of criteria which aimed at measuring strength and quality of nursing. It mentions that the magnet principles allow real collaboration and control over nursing practice.


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