Online survey useful

Calverley, Rachael
March 2010
New Zealand Doctor;3/10/2010, p39
The article discusses a December 2009 online survey that scoped the current workforce of practice and primary healthcare nurses in New Zealand. The survey explores their current changeable climate, changing, growing and developing roles, and the need to address client outcome within the current workforce to benchmark the practice's present position. Results revealed that 75 percent of respondents are 45 years old and above. A list of educational and professional development providers is also presented.


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