Traditionally, nurses are beyond criticism. They are ‘angels’ and they have always received a ‘good press’. But nurses have changed. And they have changed a good deal. The result is that today’s nurses are nothing like their predecessors. If they are to be forced back into doing what they should be doing then they need to be criticised – and their shortcomings need to be identified.
The big problem is that today’s nurses are too self-important to carry out any of the traditional tasks entrusted to nurses. Modern nurses don’t like to bother much with caring, touching, feeding or…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/