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The city's public hospital system said it will suspend 39 employees without pay for peeking at the private medical records of a 7-year-old girl whose death from beatings and torture prompted an overhaul of New ... Full Story
dee

United States

#1 Sep 24, 2006
we had a nurse in our schools when growing up. that way you can get to the problems in young lives right away....teachers walked around and listened to converstions so children were guided...now you do not see nurses or teachers that enter in the childs lives....
dee

United States

#2 Sep 24, 2006
health practitioners who did not report this poor childs plight should go to jail.. health nurses shoul be in every school like when we were children . now everything else is important but not a young childs life..
JAMESTOWN

Endicott, NY

#3 Sep 24, 2006
dee wrote:
health practitioners who did not report this poor childs plight should go to jail.. health nurses shoul be in every school like when we were children . now everything else is important but not a young childs life..
I agree, in the area where we are, it seems that $$$$ is the problem....well, it SHOULD NOT BE THE PROBLEM. Children's lives are at stake. This being a perfect example. In my family, the children come first, no matter what. Why on earth should it be any different in schools, especially these days? The teachers should still be "listening in". It is a poor example of government and politics.
say wut wutwiytg

Pleasantville, NJ

#4 Feb 1, 2012
Every nurse I know dresses extremely professionally. We are constantly fighting to be respected by the public, why would we dress in such a manner? When my co-workers are not dressed in professional clinical wear, then they have surgical scrubs on. Also, I have never met a single nurse anywhere that wears high heels. That comment alone makes me question the validity of this article. This cannot be a reputable publication, what is it the UK’s equivalent to “The National Enquirer”? You are going to run to a code in high heels? Give me a break.

Nurses are fed up and are leaving the profession in droves. We constantly have to put up with poor working conditions, high stress, heavy patient loads, unsupportive administrations, doctors that treat us like servants, long exhausting hours and the general public that does not give us the respect that we have worked for, are entitled to and have earned.
Every nurse I know dresses extremely professionally. We are constantly fighting to be respected by the public, why would we dress in such a manner? When my co-workers are not dressed in professional clinical wear, then they have surgical scrubs on. Also, I have never met a single nurse anywhere that wears high heels. That comment alone makes me question the validity of this article. This cannot be a reputable publication, what is it the UK’s equivalent to “The National Enquirer”? You are going to run to a code in high heels? Give me a break.

Nurses are fed up and are leaving the profession in droves. We constantly have to put up with poor working conditions, high stress, heavy patient loads, unsupportive administrations, doctors that treat us like servants, long exhausting hours and the general public that does not give us the respect that we have worked for, are entitled to and have earned.
Every nurse I know dresses extremely professionally. We are constantly fighting to be respected by the public, why would we dress in such a manner? When my co-workers are not dressed in professional clinical wear, then they have surgical scrubs on. Also, I have never met a single nurse anywhere that wears high heels. That comment alone makes me question the validity of this article. This cannot be a reputable publication, what is it the UK’s equivalent to “The National Enquirer”? You are going to run to a code in high heels? Give me a break.

Nurses are fed up and are leaving the profession in droves. We constantly have to put up with poor working conditions, high stress, heavy patient loads, unsupportive administrations, doctors that treat us like servants, long exhausting hours and the general public that does not give us the respect that we have worked for, are entitled to and have earned.
Every nurse I know dresses extremely professionally. We are constantly fighting to be respected by the public, why would we dress in such a manner? When my co-workers are not dressed in professional clinical wear, then they have surgical scrubs on. Also, I have never met a single nurse anywhere that wears high heels. That comment alone makes me question the validity of this article. This cannot be a reputable publication, what is it the UK’s equivalent to “The National Enquirer”? You are going to run to a code in high heels? Give me a break.

Nurses are fed up and are leaving the profession in droves. We constantly have to put up with poor working conditions, high stress, heavy patient loads, unsupportive administrations, doctors that treat us like servants, long exhausting hours and the general public that does not give us the respect that we have worked for, are entitled to and have earned.
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