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NZ needs a 300% increase in qualified midwives – and those working need more support and recognition

By James Greenslade-Yeats, Research Fellow in Management, Auckland University of Technology
Gill Kirton, Professor of Employment Relations, , Queen Mary University of London
Janine Clemons, Senior Lecturer, Midwifery , Auckland University of Technology
Katherine Ravenswood, Professor of Industrial Relations, Auckland University of Technology
Tago Mharapara, Senior Lecturer, Department of Management, Auckland University of Technology
With a 40% staffing shortfall, midwifery needs better funding. But as new research shows, midwives also need recognition and support for the important work they do in the New Zealand health sector.The Conversation

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