The NHS Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Mad Eyed Screamer, 16 Jun 2019.

  1. Rascal

    Rascal

    Joined:
    10 Jan 2005
    Messages:
    58,172
    Location:
    Paderne
    Team supported:
    RCD Espanyol
    I have not said I believe that to be the case, I attended a workshop that was looking into the proposal. I made no decision as I was not well enough educated on the matter. It has gone for further consideration after initial concerns were raised. I don't have the power to decide, I can influence, I will only influence if I am certain.

    One of my main concerns were it would not be culturally acceptable to insist on such a regime for everybody because it is tantamount to the state being overbearing.

    That is not to say in the future I may be convinced by the proposal, because I may if the evidence proves conclusive. If it does not I remain sceptical.
     
  2. Rascal

    Rascal

    Joined:
    10 Jan 2005
    Messages:
    58,172
    Location:
    Paderne
    Team supported:
    RCD Espanyol
    It is not often I ever agree with you but on this point I do. It is ridiculous that somebody entering the nursing profession faces any debt at all. I disagree with student fees per se, but for nurses and other medical professions it is counter productive. The only caveat I would place is that on graduation they must serve a minimum length of time in the NHS in lieu of there education.
     
  3. kippax4ever

    kippax4ever

    Joined:
    25 Feb 2015
    Messages:
    1,632
    See you in spoons then..
     
    stonerblue likes this.
  4. Southern

    Southern

    Joined:
    9 Aug 2015
    Messages:
    1,438
    No, it's good when it is set up properly by your GP
     
  5. Someone was whinging about families not taking relatives home ... this simply isn’t always the case.

    I had to fight for weeks to get my aunt discharged as they were trying to put her in care. The staff were horrible at the time .
     
  6. Bovril

    Bovril

    Joined:
    21 Apr 2008
    Messages:
    708
    Location:
    Back in Gods Country
    Took Mum to Crumpsall yesterday she's 78 and thought she was having a heart attack, the Sister seen her within 15 mins of getting to A&E and had her blood tested after 20 mins. Absolutely fantastic care from an over crowded, over worked under funded (that's another debate) staff, our cherished NHS at its finest well done Crumpsall.
     
    The blue phantom likes this.
  7. DenisLawBackHeel74

    DenisLawBackHeel74

    Joined:
    20 Feb 2010
    Messages:
    4,692
    What a brilliant outcome. Best regards to your mum!!
     
    Mad Eyed Screamer likes this.
  8. Celeste

    Celeste

    Joined:
    25 Aug 2013
    Messages:
    517
    Our five trophies on display at the Christie today when I arrived at work!! City helping to make NHS staff and patients feel much better!!
     
  9. Banned Tosspot

    Banned Tosspot

    Joined:
    8 Oct 2007
    Messages:
    15,326
    Location:
    Chorlton
    Not if they're rags.
     
    Celeste likes this.
  10. Mad Eyed Screamer

    Mad Eyed Screamer

    Joined:
    26 Nov 2010
    Messages:
    24,652
    Location:
    From Moston to Boston
    Just pissed myself laughing
     

Share This Page