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Angelika Ziomek

Angelika Ziomek

Worcestershire

Female

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  • Comment on: Hollywood film inspires new scheme to retain newly qualified nurses

    Angelika Ziomek's comment 5 March, 2018 7:27 pm

    What an excellent idea ! As a student nurse about to qualif I would find this kind of support invaluable. Current NHS ( especially acute ) is very challenging place to be, we often see our qualified colleagues struggling and the morale can be sometimes low, those core nursing values which brought us to nursing fade away as nurses feel burnout and anxious. We are not resilient because we are not being thought how to and cynicism and frustration often replace enthusiasms we once felt. I often see my colleagues working through their breaks, or being disturb every 5 minutes on the only half an hour they get to sit down during 12 h shift. This is not a way to carry on if we want nurse to feel satysfied and supported at work. Long term this will only creat more problems with staff retention. We ( nurses ) need to feel like we can ask for help, take break, not feel in a way or slowing others down when we at this vulnerable time of transition. We need to be told it’s OK to put ourselves first in order to provide good care for the patients. I’d love to see this initiative in Worcestershire.