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dc.contributor.authorGarnett, Stephenen
dc.contributor.authorCoe, Kristalen
dc.contributor.authorGolebiowska, Kateen
dc.contributor.authorWalsh, Helenen
dc.contributor.authorZander, Kerstinen
dc.contributor.authorGuthridge, Steveen
dc.contributor.authorLi, Shu Qinen
dc.contributor.authorMalyon, Rosalynen
dc.identifier.citationGarnett, S. T., Coe, K., Golebiowska, K., Walsh, H., Zander, K.K., Guthridge, S., Li, S., & Malyon, R. 2008, Attracting and Keeping Nursing Professionals in an Environment of Chronic Labour Shortage: A Study of Mobility among Nurses and Midwives in the Northern Territory of Australia. Charles Darwin University Press, Darwinen
dc.identifier.otherStrategy and Reform Divisionen
dc.description.abstractThis study of mobility among Northern Territory nurses and midwives (including employment of overseas-qualified nurses in the Northern Territory of Australia) has been undertaken in three parts. A team from the School for Social and Policy Research at Charles Darwin University has been responsible for interviewing nurses and midwives and using that to prepare a questionnaire that explores motivations for coming to the NT, staying, or leaving the NT workforce. The Health Gains Planning branch of the Department of Health and Families has been responsible for analysing statistical data on turnover rates and determining the economic costs of nurse and midwife turnover. The report itself is provided by Charles Darwin University for consideration by the Department of Health and Families who will respond to recommendations based on this and other complementary information.en
dc.description.sponsorshipInstitute of Advanced Studies Charles Darwin University Darwin 0909 Northern Territory & Health Gains Planning Northern Territory Department of Health and Familiesen
dc.publisherCharles Darwin University Pressen
dc.subjectLabour marketen
dc.subjectPersonnel turnoveren
dc.titleAttracting and keeping nursing professionals in an environment of chronic labour shortage: a study of mobility among nurses and midwives in the Northern Territory of Australiaen
dc.relation.incollectionDepartment of Healthen
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