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Focus of nursing 'fundamentally wrong', says Mid Staffs chair

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I agree Tinkerbell, there is little difference in using a pseudonym or 'Anonymous' and if NT provides this opportunity there is nothing at all wrong with using it and one should not be judged for doing so. The only difficulty I can see with it is sometimes if debates get long, involved and sometimes heated it could be helpful to know who is who, and one sometimes gets caught in the crossfire with a resultant barrage of insults sometimes intended for another! However, it is also useful, as you say, to have this freedom to make comments one may not otherwise think safe or appropriate to make! I have toyed with the security of using a pseudonym to avoid such confusion as it should also offer the same degree of anonymity and protection, but I am never 100% convinced of this.

Posted date

9 August, 2011

Posted time

6:19 pm

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