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Deputy CNO to stand down next year


I read this article three times. It would appear (subjectively) that this lady was trying to get things done? Despite that her attempts at beneficial reform have been thwarted? When the term 'pace' is used, then 'change of' is indicated. Certainly this is rhetoric and is not pertinent. I had never heard of this nurse. It does not detract from the fact that even in a senior role one can run into an institutional brick wall? At least Liz Redfern has demonstrated her integrity and progressive approach to modern nursing. Resigning, holding her head high and illuminating the stagnancy of 'chief nurses' today. As all nurses know, trying to get things done from the top>down puts you in the line of fire. Pace=action and that is difficult for many people. Well done Liz.

Posted date

28 November, 2013

Posted time

4:58 pm