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Chief nurse announces departure amid whistleblowing probe

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This is a very difficult one to call. I agree, we could do much better and should as at the end of the day it is the patients/service users that will ultimately pay the price.there is not room for bullying or intimidation in any sector of society or workplace. I question & wonder if what might have been happening here was as a result of a different approach & resistance to change by others that has it been interpreted as “culture of bullying and intimidation”. The majority of us prefer the status quo however the status quo is not always right or good an needs to move on. Interesting that no nurses appear to have signed their name to the concern.

Posted date

15 October, 2018

Posted time

9:52 am

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