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  • Comment on: HCAs should have 'e-portfolio' of competencies to prove their worth

    redpaddys12's comment 23-Mar-2015 4:26 pm

    HCSW 'Oh, and I really do not like that: "unqualified and inexperienced staff" because it is an insult towards band 1-4', so you did say that! Perhaps it's one of your limitations...much like you thinking you know what parnassianism means...

  • Comment on: Exclusive: HCAs to be offered faster nursing degree courses

    redpaddys12's comment 15-Mar-2015 7:12 am

    Mike Stone Lets be clear ( which would be a first for you, I'll admit), you are stating that laws are written in ordinary language, but require senior Judges to interpret using law dictionaries that you yourself don't need ( but said same Judges do). You then post a snippet of a particular Act, which references another part of that Act, which you denied, but then go on to give YOUR version of YOUR interpretation of the ' missing' part of the act whilst mentioning ANOTHER section of the act that wasn't mentioned in the first place, ALL of which has absolutely nothing to do with the subject matter at hand. I'd love to have a look inside your head Mike, but I've a terrible feeling it'd be like a Hieronymous Bosche painting.

  • Comment on: Exclusive: HCAs to be offered faster nursing degree courses

    redpaddys12's comment 13-Mar-2015 8:57 pm

    Mike Stone So they write laws using plain English? Don't use lawyers to write laws? Laws are not 'legal documents'? '6(6) Section 5 does not authorise a person to do an act which conflicts with a decision made, within the scope of his authority and in accordance with this Part, by— (a) a donee of a lasting power of attorney granted by P, or (b) a deputy appointed for P by the court.' Taken directly from your post, section 6 DIRECTLY references section 5 which you did NOT post. Really, Mike, beyond reasoning.

  • Comment on: Nurses – what does the new tax year mean for you?

    redpaddys12's comment 13-Mar-2015 3:47 am

    Shame on you NT for running this advert. Just go to your local Inland Revenue office and they will do all of this for free for you, it'll take half an hour

  • Comment on: ‘I don’t know how to talk to patients’

    redpaddys12's comment 13-Mar-2015 3:44 am

    Frances, you have 2 ears and 1 mouth is all I'll say, listening is the key!

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