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Christian nurse takes crucifix row to tribunal

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I have worked in Healthcare for many years and have been in hospital as a patient. I am a Health and Safety Manager, I am not religious and Frankly I would not notice (or care) whether my carer or nurse was wearing a cross as long as the standards of care are not affected. As for the infection control argument it is unlikely that a cross on a chain is likely to come into contact with me or any other patient, the carer is unlikely to get that close. The size of the chain associated with a cross is unlikely to cause any damage to the wearer if it is snatched off, so there goes the 'elf 'n safety argument as well.

Posted date

29 March, 2010

Posted time

3:09 pm

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