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Having reached the grand age of 'forty something', I have discovered that my ways are beginning to get a little set. I never thought that it would happen to me. I must confess that when I was… (More)
In response to Sheila Macdonald-Scott's article (Yes, or maybe no, Viewpoint, March 8), I agree it is important to discuss the transition of health- professional students into higher education. The… (More)
Darkness always brings back memories lot my time as a student nurse in the late 1960s. At that time, night duty was seen as essential for development, so I seemed to do at least three months a year,… (More)
A report by Help the Aged has highlight- 3 % ed the plight of many older people in residential care. Our Future Home claims residential homes and sheltered housing have militated against the… (More)
HAVE YOU ever been taught how to make friends? People assume that this is an easy thing to do. There is evidence that lack of friends may affect health: people get ill when isolated and lonely. But… (More)
I fully endorse Donald Reid's sensible and encouraging sentiments (Perspectives September 25). However, I feel that some areas need to be clarified.
Words such as anger, sadness and frustration cannot begin to describe my feelings when I read the article 'Don't nurses care?' by Eileen Thomas (Letters January 10).
It was the shoes that did it. The memory of those shoes stuck on the end of a pair of false legs has never left me. That image has often prompted me to question my practice, especially when I think… (More)