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helen feest

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  • Comment on: 'Laugh a lot as it can be bloody hard work'

    helen feest's comment 15 January, 2011 8:01 pm

    Go Girl!!! l like your style, you come across as real and understand just what we are up against.

  • Comment on: Interview: Mark Radcliffe

    helen feest's comment 23 May, 2010 11:47 am

    Go Mark!! I love your column in NT, and may l add that if we all had your capacity to write, we would fill the bestseller list with nursing tales, lol. ;-D

  • Comment on: The ice cream that changed my approach to nursing

    helen feest's comment 23 May, 2010 11:42 am

    Fabulous, it's people first. A very heartwarming account in this age of budgeting and targets. It reflects why we became nurses :-D

  • Comment on: Do you want a national nurses' uniform, or just a clean one?

    helen feest's comment 17 April, 2010 11:21 am

    Let's all wear scrubs! The trust launders them, reducing the potential spread of infection. Ah! but what about the cost they might say! Issue addressed by removing the tax coding that is given to us ( if we apply for it, from our local tax office ) for doing our own laundry and putting it towards the NHS laundry budget. Problem solved, no think tank required, at a cost of goodness knows how much. Uniforms cost more than scrubs to purchase, it does not take an economist to do the maths, but apparently it is beyond managements short sighted vision.