Potential tension worries Nurses President
The President of the Samoa Nurses Association (S.N.A.), Solialofi Papali'i, has cautioned against having two associations for nurses in Samoa, saying it could potentially trigger an unwanted tug-o-war between nurses.
Speaking to Samoa Observer, Ms. Papali'i said she was surprised with the establishment of a new nurses and midwifery group recently launched. She was referring to the Society of Private Nurses and Midwives (S.P.N.M.) which was officially launched two Friday’s ago at the Tanoa Hotel.