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The INMO has a chip in the nursing game

25th October, 2015

For many years, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has insisted that OECD figures related to the number of nurses practising in Ireland were inaccurate.

The INMO maintained that the figures produced by the OECD, which repeatedly showed that Ireland had comparatively more nurses than most countries, were based on misleading data provided by the nursing regulator. It was widely accepted that this was the case, and it has remained the prevailing narrative.

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