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maire ni chinneide



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  • Comment on: First students tested on compassion

    maire ni chinneide's comment 24 April, 2010 12:48 pm

    Wonder has anyone read "The no asshole rule" Robert l. Sutton

    Its not just the patients who suffer, I have worked with a few not many nurse who have not had compassion. It does effect there work not listening to patient, who are deteriorating because they are just a "pain" or "wreaking there head" missing signs before the obs go off.
    It was also very unpleasant because guess want they had no compassion for their colleagues either. "The I have my work done the rest of you can just swing"
    If compassion is valued then maybe not so many bullies will be able to make there way up the ranks in nursing. It could also become part of a staff nurse appraisals imagine it some of those senior nurses mentioned above were appraised on their compassion and needed a yearly referral from staff working above and below them. Would this change there behavior if there were consequences to being unkind and rude.

    Living in hope