Original Research

Strike actions by nurses/midwives in a nursing service

Elsie Mabange, Marie Muller
Health SA Gesondheid | Vol 5, No 1 | a24 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/hsag.v5i1.24 | © 2000 Elsie Mabange, Marie Muller | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 23 October 2000 | Published: 23 October 2000

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Elsie Mabange, Rand Afrikaans Universiteit, South Africa
Marie Muller, Rand Afrikaans Universiteit, South Africa

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Strike actions by nurses/midwives in a health service could have substantial implications for the patients, the health service management, the staff and the nursing profession at large. The nursing service manager has a legal obligation to prevent strike action by nurses/midwives by means of quality human resource management. The purpose of this research is to develop a strategy to prevent strike action by nurses/midwives in a nursing service.

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