Having had the pleasure of many nurses looking after my kids at the Sydney children’s hospital hugs are something I did often! They are all amazing, Yes I’m a Nurse no I don’t want to see it. selfless women and men who hold up the parents when they can’t be a parent themselves at times and keep their smiles on when it’s very hard to find something to smile about. Awesome humans
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My daughter started her nursing career at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, went on to bigger and better things, got the fly away cap and red cape to celebrate her becoming a sister – Yes I’m a Nurse no I don’t want to see it. I asked her once what was the equivalent of a male nurse and she said Mister – must piss off a few surgeons. God bless both sexes because the world cannot do without either.
Nurses are important but tell that to the hospital management, who refused to let me go back to work on a permanent basis after breast cancer treatment. They told me several times over the phone that they would honour my permanent contract and then sent me out several letters that I could only have 3 months work then must go casual. This is how they sack you these days. The union wasn’t interested. I didn’t even get to go back to work on light duties.
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Nursing was a vocation many years ago you did it for the love of caring and healing…not even a thought of the wages BUT nowadays girls who go into nursing need a decent wage for the cost of living BUt quickly leave after the extreme hard work, dirty jobs etc In my day as a nurse we did everything,lifting without machines,carbolising beds, wet dusting and mopping floors. taking the ash out of the coke fires and lighting them ready for day staff. AS well as doing our nursing duties… still I loved it for 42yrs
Now they’ve stopped NHS Bursaries and financial help for new nursing students who are expected to take out a student loan like every other student, that is indeed bad news. Nursing can never be put into the same category as a Media Studies or History of Art degree. It is essential for life that we have nurses so why have they stopped their financial help…and the incentive to become a nurse? It beggars belief and as per usual we will continue to recruit from abroad when we urgently need our own home-grown nurses (and doctors).