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Nursing must look 'in the mirror' to address care failings, CNO


this is not the first time Ms Beasley has made offensive remarks such as these so it makes me wonder, like previous messages here, just who does she speak to and when. It is well recognised that a lot of us are due to retire in the next few years and a lot of us , myself included, will have ill health for our retirement years as a result of working in a system that has abused our generosity and good will, without the training in former years and equipment to do the job. The management might then just wake up and realise how good we were to them and our patients but is that a pig I see flying by the window! But I too can hold my head up and say I have done my very best and have always put my patients first and sometimes to the detriment of my family life (I am very lucky to have such a tolerant husband).

Posted date

8 March, 2011

Posted time

11:20 am