Alleged assault of remote area nurse highlights safety concerns again

April 27, 2016

KIM LANDERS: The Northern Territory nurses union has renewed its demands for more to be done to ensure the safety of nurses working in remote areas.

A 35 year old man has been charged this morning over the alleged assault of a nurse in a remote Northern Territory community.

Last month a national debate about the safety of remote health workers was sparked after the death of nurse Gayle Woodford in outback South Australia.

Sara Everingham reports.

 

Read more at http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2016/s4451058.htm

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