Smith, Michael

Wednesday, 16 October 1985

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 109 No. 4

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Nurses Bill, 1984: Committee Stage.

Some wise men.More Button

The Minister is not even able to continue.More Button

The Minister is saying that it would be unlikely that you would get 29 people on a board who would, after consultation with their law agent, make the kind of decisions which would necessitate the abol...More Button

Only in some respects.More Button

The concept of a registration fee where professions gain further control in the management of their own affairs is not disputed. It is quite a healthy development and obtains in a number of other pr...More Button

I want to understand the Minister perfectly on the question of unemployed nurses. I know he referred to nurses who may opt in and out of the service because of their own situation. I would be more w...More Button

It is covered in section——?More Button

I accept the Minister's assurance.More Button

What about Ministers?More Button

From time to time I have advocated decentralisation programmes, not just the transfer of personnel to different parts of the country, but also the decision-making process as far as possible. I shudder...More Button

The Minister has gone a little far in the way he has addressed this question. I support Senator Honan in that I do not believe that the nursing profession has been the domain of the elite and I speak...More Button

House Improvement Grants Scheme: Motion (Resumed).

Floods.More Button

Business of Seanad.

Do I understand the acting Leader to say that the Nurses Bill will be taken tomorrow or Wednesday?More Button

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