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Why is it always "Fire the nurse" - page 3

I understand that when things go not as expected, or people don't feel they got the care they deserve, they have a right to be upset. If it was due to a mistake a nurse made, I understand feeling it... Read More

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    In my many years of nursing, I have definitely seen the nurse get fired for things that weren't really in the nurse's control. I have witnessed doctors outright lie to patients and blame the nurse for something the doctor did.