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Empowering nurses, frontline staff, patients and relatives


Anonymous | 27-Sep-2013 5:05 pm it is extremely important to have constructive feedback to enable nurses and health services to find out what patients want so that services and care can be constantly improved and tailor made as much as possible to patient need. that is the aim of good service and care from most staff, however unless they are provided with the resources to deliver 'what is necessary' they are unable to do the impossible but most are willing to always try their best with what they have and act on the patients' behalf to try and get more, such as, for example better and higher levels of staffing.

Posted date

27 September, 2013

Posted time

5:33 pm