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

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I made a complaint to my matron about the behaviour of my ward manager. The matron held a ward meeting and asked for staff to raise their hands if they agreed with me. Many had the same grievances, but none backed me up. Even though some had said they would. So I had to suffer public humiliation. This Stalinist behaviour is quite common. It was meant to intimidate other potential complainers, and it succeeded.

Posted date

7 August, 2014

Posted time

4:47 pm

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