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  • Comment on: New guidance emphasises need for training in 'care after death'

    redpaddys12's comment 26-Apr-2015 11:18 pm

    BR It took me about 18 months before I got tired of Mike ' inverted comma's' Stones daily output of 'EoL' related stories, which aren't themselves out of place on the 'relevant topics', but when they ivade 'other aspects' of ' nursing' they become 'a' pain in 'the arsenal'. As a result I stopped coming to this site for nearly two years, and 'lo' and ' behold' come back on only ' to find him' incessantly 'going on about' the ' same sh!t' different 'day'. Soon it'll only be Mike on here...

  • Comment on: Labour unveils pledge to train 1,000 extra nurses this year

    redpaddys12's comment 26-Apr-2015 10:53 pm

    David Hill PFI was a Tory wheeze, dreamed up by John Majors Government and first implemented by them. The current Tory crowd have borrowed more money than ALL previous Governments combined! That's what happens when the Chancellor has a degree in Modern History.

  • Comment on: ‘Care for terminally ill failing to meet patient needs’ say frontline staff

    redpaddys12's comment 16-Apr-2015 11:52 pm

    Mike Stone I am losing the will to live, will you please put me out of your misery! I've always thought that you have too much time on your hands the way you are on these boards, and the way you describe firing off numerous e-mails every day to various people is starting to make me incredibly sad for you. Have you no mates that you can go and have a pint with? Get sloshed, have a good cry, a fight or anything that will provide you with an output. Talk to a priest. Go and give a stranger a bunch of flowers. Take up dancing. Go on a cruise. Jump in the car and drive along the Riviera, get the sun on your face. Learn a musical instrument. Take up yoga, have tantric sex. Try something new. I too have lost my dear Mum, and in very similar circumstances as you, there is nothing I wouldn't do or give to spend 30 seconds telling her how much I love her. I know one thing for sure, though, and that is she wouldn't want me to spend every waking hour obsessing about things that have passed and cannot be changed. Throw yourself into charity work, if you were as dedicated to it as you have been to this, I'm sure that you would make a real difference to many peoples lives as I am nearly 100% certain that no matter what you are doing now you'll have no impact because people won't see you as a lone crusader, just as lonely.

  • Comment on: Nurse tests whether robotic cuddly toy can help dementia patients

    redpaddys12's comment 16-Apr-2015 4:06 am

    This was in an episode of the Simpsons, the robots turned evil and started to eat the elderly......

  • Comment on: Being underweight in middle age linked to increased dementia risk

    redpaddys12's comment 16-Apr-2015 4:04 am

    Could it be that the podgy people fall off their perch earlier, thus missing the last few decrepid years? Or that black pudding nourishes the energy demands of the grey matter better than mueseli? Should we be prescribing full englishes instead of ensures? Nurse, the ice-creams!!

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