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Student nurses need duty to speak out ‘ingrained’ in training, says Hunt


Another politician who suffers from the 'I must make my hands appear to be bigger than the rest of me, then waft them about furiously, in the hope that what I don't know about much will be overlooked'. We notice, and turn the telly off. Shame on the Nursing Times for posting a picture that already makes the person look irrelevant. In the era of high-res., close-up pics and much gesticulation, the trick to appearing relevant and interesting is to not be as dull as the current vacuous trend. Nursing Times could start by using a smaller, above the arms photo, to avoid prejudicing the reader into thinking before reading that there is nothing being said. Leave us to conclude that without the help of the image. What a dull world to have the dim podium-lovers let-loose.

Posted date

6 November, 2014

Posted time

0:46 am