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'6Cs must end the years of make do and mend'

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"One of the major criticisms of the new nursing strategy Compassion in Practice, aka the 6Cs, is that it’s too vague. People are concerned that it’s just words on a PowerPoint slide, with no real meaning behind them". Right on the nail there. Also, as it does not take staffing levels into account, it bears no reality to actual life on the wards where nurses are struggling with chronic under staffing. The 6 "C" are suitable for a la la fantacy world where wards are adequately staffed and nurses have all the time in the world to attend to patients needs. If only it existed.

Posted date

19 March, 2013

Posted time

2:59 pm

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