Two-thirds of nurses are ‘too busy to talk to patients’ and 80% admit to rationing care | Mail Online

English: Peter Carter, British nurse and Gener...

English: Peter Carter, British nurse and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, speaking at the Health Hotel session “A vote for health?” at the Hilton Metropole, Brighton, during the Labour Party Conference 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a truly amazing, MUST READ story from the Mail Online. Check it out!

via Two-thirds of nurses are ‘too busy to talk to patients’ and 80% admit to rationing care | Mail Online.

Personally, I agree with Dr Peter Carter, chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, when he said that the findings were ‘depressing’ and ‘unfortunately not surprising’. Sadly, once again, it’s an omni-shables on David Cameron‘s shift, with mindless meddling from politicians and the bungling bureaucrats at the NHS.

Sadly, I can remember when it was all very different and the UK could be rightfully proud of the NHS, and especially the nurses. I plan to write-up my story, as a future blog.

Any thoughts?

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