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How far would you go to get to work in the snow?

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Most of the nursing profession maintain their duty of care despite whatever is thrown at them. There are a small contingent that do not, sadly. My role as an advanced wic practitioner puts me firmly in the middle of the patients and the staff. a few words of praise each day can do wonders for staff morale. I honestly cant remember the last time a manager came to me with praise, personally or to the team. The people that struggle in the face of adversity or 'go that extra step' are the ones that make the difference. Sadly it is often unnoticed though.

Posted date

19 December, 2010

Posted time

9:18 am

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