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Under 25s 'particularly vulnerable' to STIs

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I agree with anonymous 25-Aug 7:40pm. Sex & relationship education is being delivered effectively in some schools by specialist nurses, but it needs to be available in all schools. A piecemeal approach is not good enough. I was one of those specialist nurses until being unlawfully suspended in 2002. My manager had what can only be described as a pathological hatred for me. The fact that that I was good at my work increased that hatred out of all proportion. Senior managers, HR and my union poodle rubber stamped what she wanted ( to hound me out of my post). This is happening on a large scale in nursing. So much so that the organizaion CAUSE was created, see www.suspension-nhs.org Never mind I was given a large sum of money to keep my mouth shut ( money that would be better spent on (sex & relationship education). So, there is more to the problem than meets the eye. Not just funding. It has more to with incompetent,corrupt managers squandering precious funds. Kathleen White (Edinburgh)

Posted date

26 August, 2010

Posted time

8:52 am

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