The annual meeting of this Association was held on May 18th, under the presidency of Sir John Batty Tuke. From the Annual Report and the report of the meeting, it appears that the Association, although flourishing financially, shows a considerable falling off in the number of its members. This lack of interest is the more to be regretted at the present time, when the interests of asylum workers are so greatly jeopardised by the Bill for the registration of nurses now before Parliament. Unless the Asylum Workers' Association is numerously and vigorously supported, its protests against the injustice that is threatened to mental nurses will be wanting in weight. This is a vital question, and the members of the Medico-Psychological Association would be doing good work in using their influence to awaken asylum employees to a sense of the importance of their interest in this question of the registration of nurses.
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