SSN/NNF conference 2019 – Strengthening nursing and midwifery leadership in Nordic countries: The role of Chief Nursing Officers and Government Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officers
NNF Conference 2018 – Equal pay and working condition
The Nordic countries are known as some of the most equal between the sexes. Still, there is a 20 percent salarygap between female-dominated and male-dominated subjects.
The six Nordic nursing organizations have therefore agreed on a common approach to the governments of the Nordic countries that there is a need for political action against inequalities. You can read the common request here: Nurses in the Nordic countries call for political action to stop unequal salaries
Gender equality in a Nordic perspective – Policies and outcomes
What regulates nurses’ wages in Iceland? The past, present and the furture
The strategy for equal pay for nurses in Denmark
Eli Gunhild By:
Likelønnskomisjonen – Where are we 10 years after!
Nina Hahtela & Else-Maj Kirvesniemi:
Social and health care reform – towards a seperate agreement for social and health care professionals in Finland
What regulates nurses’ wages in Iceland – the past, present and the future
Introducing Equal Pay Systems in Public Sectors – Pitfalls and benefits