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'Your enthusiasm and commitment will rub off on others'

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Mags well said. We're all swinging from the chandeliers at our place. Staff lunch, what's that? We hit the ground running when we arrive until we leave and are lucky to get a 20 mins break, never mind enough time to sit down and eat a meal. Most of us choking on the food whilst stuffing it down our throats to get back to the ward on time. Maybe if we had enough time to sit down and get a lunch we might have the 'energy' to get 'excited'. I am sure we are all passionate about what we try to do and excited would be nice too but where's the money for a staff lunch going to come from or an away day when we've been told we can have a unit meeting at the moment (how exciting) but not an away day as we will have to' work our way up to an away day', whatever that means. Do we have to do something particularly spectacular to work our way up to an away day?

Posted date

21 August, 2011

Posted time

3:46 pm

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