I do appreciate of course that, in the modern NHS each and every simple task requires that the practitioner have special training. Everything from wiping bottoms to opening the window seems to require a certificate allowing the holder to proceed.
I also accept that giving morphine tablets to patients in accordance with a prescription obviously requires a special expertise, gained on a course, and certified in writing.
But I can't help thinking that someone who doesn't hold such an important qualification should have a better way of communicating it than..........
"I DON'T GIVE ORAL"
Fucking nurses these days. Aren't they just rubbish?
Sunday, 15 March 2015
Thursday, 5 March 2015
A few weeks ago I commented on a newspaper article warning of the type of scam that DZ has been warning about for over 4 years. I've checked my stats and discovered something quite gratifying. Most of my posts attract only about 100 views, making me wonder why I still bother posting really. But this post has to date been hit on over 330,000 times and is still getting 400 hits every day. All my scam warning posts together have accrued nearly half a million hits. That makes it all worthwhile. If just a small fraction of those hits have resulted in someone not being taken to the cleaners then I've deprived the scammers of many thousands of pounds. Yeah!