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'At last chiefs are held responsible for actions'


At last. Thank you so much for making this decision. Whistleblowers are not telling tales, they are raising genuine concerns that are noted when working and therefore should be listened to and the problem resolved. By following this procedure a leaking dam can have its holes fixed and not plugged with tissue paper. At last the innocent worker can feel safe and we can take the NHS forward. I feel that the whole NHS needs a radical shakeup and dragged into the 21st Century. Stop blaming eachother. Stop arguing with the Government - They pay your wages so work with them to find out what the problems are. If they don't understand then teach them so they do understand why you are having problems. If they don't listen ask yourself why they are not listening!! Is it because they genuinely just don't understand what is going on? Or is it because they are just under a lot of pressure from a lot of people and don't have time to address what is going on at that moment in time? I find that you cannot build Rome in a day, but you can change the world one day at a time. This is a massive step forward and I feel that by remaining passionate and dedicated to what I feel is a brilliant institution gone wrong because people forgot to care and instead became greedy and nasty and moneygrabbing we all forgot why we were there to work. I go to work to help my patients get better. I go to work to make my staff feel wanted. I go to work so my patients will go home at the end of the day and feel like they had a safe and secure time whilst in hospital under my care. I go to work because I care. If that makes me unique in todays world then frankly that makes the UK NHS a sad place to be in. I go to work because I am a NURSE WHO CARES!!

Posted date

3 February, 2015

Posted time

4:57 pm