Until nurses start to get more assertive as a group nothing will change. Thinking that the RCN is going to do something for them is laughable, especially after what happened in the Mid Staff scandal. Time for nurses to unite alongside one another rather than just doing something individually colleagues should shout loudly as a united voice, not just one nurse raising any concerns alone but a group of nurses on the same ward, in the same workplace, about whatever it is they are concerned about.
What can be said about the RCN? Not a lot!
I got out after 30 years, 15 years past my best before date.
Jeremy Hunt, what can I say about you that wouldn't involve swearing, nothing.
sad, sad times, which are going to worsen unless we decide where our priorities lie and make our vote count at the next election. We deserve better and should stop believing the propaganda of government stigmatising everyone who uses the NHS, whether that be the drunk, the elderly, the obese, the doctors and nurses or whomever fits at any point in time for their political bash party.