Good news for New Brunswick nurses

November 2004
Canadian Nurse;Nov2004, Vol. 100 Issue 9, p9
Academic Journal
Presents information on the achievement by the New Brunswick Nurses' Union of a contract settlement for wage increase and enhanced benefits in September 2004. Challenge faced by the government in meeting such collective agreement; Intention of the health ministry to support nurse competence and knowledge acquisition; Achievement of such settlement through a strike vote.


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