Nurses back Labor's nurse to patient ratio plan

Craig Thomson
Updated February 27 2019 - 3:43pm, first published 12:01pm
RATIOS MAKE A DIFFERENCE: Lauren Lye, President of NSW Nurses and Midwives Association Dubbo Base Hospital Branch Kelly Crobsy and Lynne Mackander. Photo: SUPPLIED
RATIOS MAKE A DIFFERENCE: Lauren Lye, President of NSW Nurses and Midwives Association Dubbo Base Hospital Branch Kelly Crobsy and Lynne Mackander. Photo: SUPPLIED

A NSW Labor government would enshrine into legislation nurse to patient ratios in the emergency, maternity, medical, surgical and paediatric hospital wards.

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Craig Thomson

I am a media and communications professional with experience across print, digital, social and radio broadcasts. I am currently the Editor of Australian Community Media's Launceston Examiner.

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