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How are you celebrating this week's International Nurses Day?


Anonymous | 9-May-2013 11:30 pm from Anonymous | 9-May-2013 10:43 am please count me off your list. I have enjoyed a fantastic nursing career in Europe, after excellent training in a London teaching hospital, with excellent working conditions and an enjoyable life style which many could only dream of and come from a family with a long tradition of service in medicine and nursing. Is just that there are also other things to enjoy in life and sadly nurses' day, international as it is supposed to be,doesn't have the same significance everywhere and isn't recognised and celebrated all over the world as it is in England and one also moves on and has other priorities. but I am still very grateful for the opportunities my career, employers and colleagues and international patients offered me and all I learnt about many different cultures both here and in the UK including the east end of London and my home town.

Posted date

12 May, 2013

Posted time

10:57 pm