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Nursing union staff figures are ‘inaccurate’, claims OECD after Doran radio interview

The body claims the INMO misrepresented the way in which the OECD collated its figures overseas

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

1st November, 2015
Liam Doran

The OECD has dismissed as inaccurate claims by the nursing union about nursing numbers in Ireland.

The OECD also said the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) misrepresented the way in which the OECD collated its figures overseas.

The OECD was responding to comments made by Liam Doran, general secretary of the INMO.

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