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Exclusive survey: Nurses underpaid, overworked and undervalued

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Anonymous | 7-May-2014 1:53 pm The questions are extremely loaded, and as a case in point does the response to the third question mean that there are over 400 nurses who effectively should be on the NMC's radar for putting a patient's life at risk. I'm unclear why you are confident the questions are loaded. As for question 3, I think we can be sure there are far too many cases where nurses (and doctors) don't raise concerns when they should do - as another Nursing Times survey showed! Just because the truth is uncomfortable doesn't mean it should not be shared, surely?

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7 May, 2014

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2:24 pm

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