TTRNA wishes to thank the Minister of Health for the urgent attention he placed in addressing all the concerns of the Association and the nursing and midwifery population of POSGH.
Details of the agreement will be discussed with you, our members tomorrow Friday 15th Jan 2021, during our live Facebook feed starting @ 2pm.
A number of the plans have the potential to positively affect nursing personnel from other regions.
The TTRNA once again thanks the Ministry of Health and the NWRHA in treating with all of the high priority concerns of the Association.
Next issue on the agenda. Nursing Students who are set to return to the clinical areas in the coming week.
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