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Headline

Top nurse urges staff to follow 'moral compass' on poor standards

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All nurses know when they should speak out but they also know what is at risk. They are subject to riducule, abuse, false allegations and the worse being reported to the NMC based on these false allegations backed uo by false witness reports. Nurses should be free of the heavy hand of the NMC who say they protect the public. If that is the casr then the NMC should be paid for from taxes. When nurses are free of the NMC yoke they will keep quiet and having suffered for speaking out I dont blame them

Posted date

7 August, 2014

Posted time

3:50 pm

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