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'Nurses must never be talked out of their role'


Lots of sense in this bit by Jenni, and also a term I had not spotted before: 'the patient pathway'. I can only hope, that this term is useful, has a sensible purpose, and isn't just a term being used to allow allow authors to waste words (like 'shared decision making' and 'stakeholder'). Giving a fancy name, to something you don't understand, does not allow you to understand it any better: uttering a fancy name, can give a false impression that the speaker knows what he/she is on about, even if that isn't true.

Posted date

17 July, 2013

Posted time

10:16 am