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Saul Richardson

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  • Comment on: Nurse found guilty of manslaughter after Leicester child death

    Saul Richardson's comment 4 November, 2015 4:47 pm

    You always suspend pending a court case, generally the NMC will strike off post.

  • Comment on: 'Should I let on that I’m unhappy?’

    Saul Richardson's comment 31 January, 2015 1:33 am

    When I was training to be a nurse which was mild, they kicked me off the course straight away, and only reinstated after threatening the disability discrimination act. They then made me see a psychiatrist who was really angry that they wasted his time. I had had depression in the past which they knew about, but none on the course, this was one and a half years into the course, so not all aspects of depression are treated sympathetically within the NHS, though I'm hoping things have improved since then (2005).

  • Comment on: 'Should I let on that I’m unhappy?’

    Saul Richardson's comment 30 January, 2015 10:19 pm

    When I was training to be a nurse which was mild, they kicked me off the course straight away, and only reinstated after threatening the disability discrimination act. They then made me see a psychiatrist who was really angry that they wasted his time. I had had depression in the past which they knew about, but none on the course, this was one and a half years into the course, so not all aspects of depression are treated sympathetically within the NHS, though I'm hoping things have improved since then (2005).

  • Comment on: Hospitals 'should consider Twitter for patient feedback'

    Saul Richardson's comment 23 May, 2014 5:08 pm

    Maybe searching for titter at work might not be the brightest idea ...

  • Comment on: How can you recover if you are tired?

    Saul Richardson's comment 22 April, 2014 10:23 am

    The increased visiting times (we are now open visiting from 10am to 8pm) means that the majority of patients are getting little or no sleep during the day.

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