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If you could buy the NHS one present for Christmas this year, what would it be?

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‘A giant shredder to dispose of all the information overload from
the last 20 years. Plus a broken canoe and a five-year jaunt to
Panama so that it can forget all
its woes’
Christopher Wood, practice development nurse, Rampton Hospital, Nottingham.

‘Some generic headed stationery that would save us millions amid the multiple reorganisations’
Angela Kydd, senior lecturer, School of Health, Nursing and Midwifery, University of Paisley

‘A memory-wiping gizmo so all frustrated nurses could whip it out as soon as the bed manager says: “Where are we up to with those planned discharges?”’
Simon Daniels, mental health rehabilitation nurse, Stoke-on-Trent

‘A government which stops sticking its nose where it’s not wanted’
Alison Bartlett, emergency nurse practitioner, minor injury unit, Wiltshire

‘An industrial load of that Cillit Bang stuff. Even if it doesn’t kill the bugs, we can use the “shouty guy” to get the message across to government of the value of nurses’
Debbie Gifford, ENT clinical skills sister, Kent and Sussex Hospital

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