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Winterbourne View nurses jailed
sadly nothing will really change, cruel cultures will always exist until there is 'zero tolerance'in society and all those involved whether overtly or covertly, employees, managers and owners, CQC who turned a blind eye to concerns that were raised, have to pay the price too.
CQC have got away it seems scott free, so have the managers and the owners and the private company providing the care and employing, not just a couple of psychopathic sadistic employees but a host of them it seems.
I have seen some wonderful individuals over my career as a nurse, more good than bad thank God but sadly i have seen things that make me wonder why as human being we tolerate cruelty in our work place.
I have spoken out when i have seen cruelty and i have been 'dealt' with but not the perpertrators, who got moved sideways and promoted, whilst a big broom swept everything under the carpet.
It's very easy it seems for a bad culture to evolve, like a garden of weeds it will grow and take over. I am just thankful that hopefully good will prevail.
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