'Doctors must learn care and compassion': Prince Charles claims...

Dec 21, 2012 Full story: Daily Mail

In a heartfelt plea, he said medical schools should try to foster a climate of care and compassion among doctors.

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kevin hall

Ipswich, UK

#1 Dec 22, 2012
Charles showed a lot of care and compassion when Princess Diana died.?
He does not have the right to make comments on the Health service, He is not a doctor!
Give us the staff and stop the cuts and stop people claiming off the NHS and The NHS Can Survive. Currently it is NOT doing, its time to get everyone to PAY for simple Procedures. The Current govt is destroying the NHS and they have no idea how shocking it really is. The person who has worked in the hospital for 40 years should go, if she’s been there that long and not said anything about the care then she is unprofessional.
There are approx 5 hospitals in our area who are approx 3 billion in debt, Total.
The NHS cannot survive like this; Just see for yourself the number of nurses left in our Hospitals and Charles Talks about Care and Compassion.
Mark

Canberra, Australia

#3 Dec 25, 2012
Prince Charles is a wingnut - literally.

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