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Analysis: Francis report to lift lid on how poor care could persist


'Whatever criticisms and recommendations are contained in the Francis report this week, they are likely to impact on nursing at every level and in every setting, and therefore cannot be ignored' I sincerely hope they will impact on every level and are not ignored. If any aspect is ignored or not acted upon that would be another injustice & abuse for us as a society. These corrupt instiutions/management are on a par to any other criminal who has contempt for anothers life. They have betrayed societys trust. Hoping this brings about the positive changes that are so very, very long overdue and the health care profession can recover for all our sakes for now and the future of OUR NHS and our society.

Posted date

4 February, 2013

Posted time

6:49 pm