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Staff concerns should be key measure of NHS safety, says Hunt


One does not need to go to the US to learn what works best, just ask the British nurses on the ground, or are we too thick to assist in this. Now, only we nurses can save the NHS. I believed that if we are listened to and our concerns noted and addressed in a positive way we can help save the NHS. A lot rest with the government and whether they break the NHS and sell off the pieces to the highest bidder, then as we all know that bidder will claw back every penny and work on strategy for profit only. The government must feel for the people they serve, they must be the type who care about the good that made this country. This government must be the type who build on good rather than give it away to swines. As the saying goes do not cast your pearls before swines.

Posted date

24 May, 2014

Posted time

7:21 am