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'Sex in pharmacy' and cover-up claims made by former nursing director


I posted the 1.07pm comment & I totally agree with anonymous [11.53pm] fully. even in the workplaces some nurses cant write a simple line or spelling. maybe its the educational system thats at fault. I qualified only about 3yrs ago but then universities will never fail students because of the above so isnt it a bit late now to be passing this judgement or 'call into account their ability to work in this field'? i think if we were strict enough so many people wouldnt make it as nurses due to these little things, but i am not passing judgement as to who should be considered fit enough to pass/practise. however the point i was trying to make was with regard to spelling, its only because some people just cant type even if they can spell... let alone locate certain letters on pc keyboard. so yes spelling & grammar prerequisite, ...IT skills, maybe not. [Tee]

Posted date

27 May, 2010

Posted time

11:01 am