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UK hospital death rate higher for weekend admissions


Anonymous | 3-Feb-2012 3:33 pm "those who took up a career in healthcare have to be prepared to make some sacrifices with their time and that includes being available when needed 24/24 (obviously excluding pre planned holidays when away) no matter what their level. this is the price we all pay. we get off duty and are only disturbed in exceptional circumstances if there is a staff shortage but also have to expect some call duties and availability during unsocial hours. " No thank you!! The NHS already abuses the good nature of its staff. The price we all pay, and have been paying for years, is too high. Why do people think that we should be slaves to our jobs? We have families and lives of our own. Nursing should not expect to own our rights to a decent life.

Posted date

4 February, 2012

Posted time

4:39 pm


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