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Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Health Stephen Donnelly TD says his party recognises the vital role that nurses and midwives play in the health system and his party supports efforts to improve their working conditions. Deputy Donnelly added that the Government needs to deliver on pay equality for new nurses and midwives and tackle the recruitment and retention crisis in hospitals. Deputy Donnelly said, “It’s deeply unfair that new nurses and midwives are being paid significantly less than their established colleagues. These nurses and midwives are already working under intense pressure given the lack of resources in our hospitals. The least that they deserve is to receive equal pay for equal work. “The delivery of pay equality will not in itself solve the enormous problems in our health system, but it will send a signal to new nurses and midwives that they are valued by the … [Read More...] about Fianna Fáil calls for immediate & urgent action to support nurses & keep them in Ireland – Donnelly
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