New Code of Conduct

April 2012
Nursing Review (1173-8014);APRIL, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p31
The article reports on the new 48-page Code of Conduct for Nurses and the new 33-page professional boundaries guidelines created by the Nursing Council in New Zealand, requiring all nurses in the country by 2015 should undergo professional development.


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