Ramish and Leela
Friday, 27 October 2017 18:57

Nurses Protest For Better Conditions

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President of the Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses Association, Idi Stewart, is dismissing the North Central Regional Health Authority's claims that there isn't a crisis taking place at the Regional Authority.

At a protest outside the NCRHA, Mr. Stewart raised a number of concerns over statements made by the Acting CEO of the NCRHA, Mr. Davlin Thomas.

Last week, Mr. Thomas said more than 45 nurses have already been accepted to the nursing pool at the hospital to ensure that all wards are adequately staffed, and nurses are always available in the system.

However, Mr. Stewart said the nurses hired are junior staff and not permanent. The Association Head also raised issue with the amount of nurses being place on the evening and night shifts.


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