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Developing skills in clinical leadership for ward sisters


Anonymous | 29-May-2014 8:38 am good comment. I can't imagine anybody wanting to be a ward manager or a GP anymore. it is all just mindless clerical work with a lot of responsibility but without the professional autonomy to go with it and which if one had chosen to do would have had an easier life as a secretary or in some admin. job. Maybe younger staff setting out on their careers knew what the job entailed before taking up the post but those who trained long ago have had this radical and arduous job change thrust upon them.

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29 May, 2014

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9:10 am