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'Take a stand against violent behaviour in A&E'

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One of my relatives went to A and E recently. He was assessed by a triage nurse and waited a while for treatment. He said at no point was he told what would happen next. Being a reasonably bright person he coped with this lack of information but wondered why the nurses who spoke to him couldn't have given just a little more information. Signage etc does not replace interaction with and reassurance from staff.

Posted date

22 November, 2011

Posted time

2:13 pm

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