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Nurses, midwives want ministry to regulate their profession

Ljubljana, 21 February - Representatives of nurses and midwives warned on Thursday of their growing problems, saying that hospitals were understaffed and nurses overburdened. In 2017, hospitals alone would need another 2,100 nurses, said Brigita Skela Savič, a member of the management board of the International Council of Nurses.

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Brane Bregar of the task force that drew up the document defining the competences and tasks of nurses and midwives at a round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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Brane Bregar of the task force that drew up the document defining the competences and tasks of nurses and midwives at a round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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Brigita Skela Savič, a member of the management board of the International Council of Nurses at a round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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Health Ministry State Secretary Pia Vračko at a round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
A round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Health Ministry State Secretary Pia Vračko at a round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
A round table debate on the problems of nurses and midwives.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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