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Jill Maben: 'Making time to listen to staff is the key to providing better care'

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A child growing up without love and care find it difficult to understand or show this in later life. As it is known that when a child becomes used to seeing mother and father always at war with each other, the child when an adult get themself involved in abusive relationship(s). Love and care is multiplied where ever and when ever it is given/experienced. Nurses have not been treated well for a long time. The majority come into nursing with the right attitude. They are taught well and how to care properly for a sick patient, but when they get unto the wards they find the support structures not there. Against all odds the nurses try their best as they also know that, there is a nasty blame culture rather than a supportive culture. We nurses have been begging for years for more staff and decent management, but no one is listening. They in authority is doing everything else but what we are asking. Thank you Jill Maben for your support.

Posted date

27 March, 2013

Posted time

1:08 pm

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