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Exclusive: Palliative care threatened by staff shortages

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Further to the comments made by another anonymous and several others "michael stone | 7-Dec-2011 11:04 am Anonymous | 6-Dec-2011 6:40 pm Well spotted, but I posted anonymously in this one, to try and preclude any personal attacks on me from interferring with the discussion. And EoLC is pretty-much identical to 'pallaitive care' in most contexts - where do you get 'elsewhere' from ? I don't like anonymous posting, as it is too confusing: but as I am permanently trolled, on RARE occasions I try to avoid 'trollference' by using anonymity." you seem to ignore other commentators wishes. why don't you just leave the website to nurses to debate about their professional needs and then, as you put it, you would not be 'trolled' although you do not seem to be using the term correctly or understand what it means. As has already been pointed out to you by several commentators who appear to be mainly nurses this is a place for nurses to debate nursing issues and not for your 'trolling'. please could you explain what you believe you are contributing to these debates or are you just USING the site and trying to use healthcare professionals to try and achieve your own personal ends. By nature of their job and training, nurses are highly perceptive of the behaviour of others! If you are unable to explain the usefulness to the advancement of nursing knowledge the matter of your annoying intrusions will have to be taken up with the editors of the NT who generously open the comments to the public but most of whom are not abusive, in this manner, of the limitations and of online etiquette and respect for other users. You were asked politely on several occasions initially to withdraw from making irrelevant comments which you chose to ignore and now as can be seen on several pages other commentators have had enough and many have, unfortunately, withdrawn themselves from what had promised to be some very useful discussions. Is it really you intention to obstruct the advancement of nursing knowledge? If so this is not in anybody's best interests.

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12 December, 2011

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12:57 pm

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