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New Zealand Medical Services in Middle East and Italy

Meeting of Nursing Council

Meeting of Nursing Council

The Nursing Council met on 5 September 1939 to give consideration to the recruitment of nurses for the New Zealand Army Nursing Service, and to the question of supplementing the nursing staff of hospitals should this become necessary. Its report was adopted by the National Medical Committee, received Ministerial approval, and was the basis for the regulation of the intake of registered nurses into the NZANS, having regard to the needs of the armed services and the civilian population.1

1 This subject is also further discussed in Vol III.