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'I was shocked at how little drug education was involved'

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A look at what you’ve been talking about on Nursingtimes.net this week…

On: Moving to an all graduate profession is a necessity

“This is about rank and status too. All other relevant professions in our field and beyond now have degrees. Why not Nursing? Is Nursing inferior?

On: Sex at work: Bad idea or good time management?

“I’m more astounded at that than the fact they have time do anything other than have a quick cuppa”

On: Nurses could be breaching code by administering drugs in ignorance

“I was shocked at how little drug education was involved in the programme”

On: Will graduate entry free nursing from the shackles of class and gender oppression?

“Anyone who thinks that by becoming a graduate profession nurses will raise their social standing is living in a cloud”

On: Nurses may have to admit drug errors to patients

“Is it your impression that nurses tend to be dishonest? Or is this a neutral statement saying that people cannot become more or less honest?”

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