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Headline

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

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Nonsense, these pages are jolly good entertainment, what? and all for free and many of the comments are highly amusing (and unwittingly so as some people take themselves so seriously) but as long as they are not at the writer's or other reader's expense or an insult to what is written in the article, as I appreciate all the thought and hard work that goes into writing. Online bullying, however, is not acceptable as the types who bully online will most probably also bully at work which also reflects on their ability to care for others where the patients are always at the end of the line.

Posted date

10 March, 2011

Posted time

1:00 pm

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