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Association of Nursing Agencies of South Africa (ANASA)
- The establishment of an organization representing nursing agencies
became apparent when the industry needed to speak with one voice. The
Association of Nursing Agencies of South Africa (ANASA) was founded on
23 November 1994 under the auspices of the then South African Nursing
Federation of Independent Nursing Agencies - is committed to promoting a greater understanding of the private nursing agency sector and the valuable contribution it makes to the effective delivery of patient care.
National Care Standards Commission (UK)
- The National Care Standards Commission is a new, independent public
body set up under the Care Standards Act 2000, to regulate social care
and private and voluntary health care services throughout England.
Agencies Association of Australia -
NAAA is a non-profit,
democratic organisation which provides members with the opportunity to
address issues with a ‘whole of industry’ voice and as a vehicle for
continuous improvement of the industry. Member Agencies agree to abide
by a clear, transparent and professional Code of Practice.
Nursing & Recruitment Agencies in New Zealand - links to available
online Nursing Agencies for employment in New Zealand
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