Time to do a little creativity here:innerconf
I'm going to respond to you ,,,,,,,using yr very own words
"I know this sounds like a fairytale, but there were more things good about the 60's and 70's than just the 60's and 70's. We were enabled to give the best patient care we could devise. No idea was turned away if it helped prevent complications, promoted well-being and optimum health."
Here is your answer to the above with your own words;
"It really is time to go back to the good old days.....and the well known old adage that went like this:
"STAY AWAY AND OUT OF HOSPITALS NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU. EVERYONE KNOWS PEOPLE ONLY GO THERE TO DIE!!
My Response; I guess the old days were not so good after all, if this saying became common knowledge:bugeyes:
My Response; I remember having a patient and his wife was an 'old' nurse. She kept talking about how this was done,,,that was done,,,how it was much better,,,,,,on and on she would rant. She and her husband didn't want anyone telling/educating them about anything. THe way they used to do it was best,,,,,,,,,,, We sent her and hubby home with educational booklet/pamphlets and an information sheet with community resources/nurses etc. God help the poor wee nurses and Doc's that come across these types.:redpinkhe