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The image of nursing: The handmaiden


there is little point in arguing with someone so bolshy and insulting but there must be good reasons for such a sad attitude. I have never called a Medic a bastard to his face you foolish person I am certainly not foolish and using these derrogatory terms is cowardly and hypocritical. and yes I also have a higher degree which i don't need to brag about and 20 years of working on acute medical wards in a uni hospital plus further and diverse experience in other areas but I have never seen the necessity to fall into dispute with anyone let alone the doctors with whom I have always worked in partnership and in a climate of mutual respect

Posted date

11 October, 2010

Posted time

1:53 pm