Be more dog and live for the here and now
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Be more dog and live for the here and now

Wendy Johnson Matron, General hospital

Forget forward-planning or assessing risks – just go for it

It is unlikely anyone reading this will disagree with the notion that NHS staff have some of the most critical, but demanding jobs in the country. We are in effect holding the NHS together with goodwill and duct tape – minus the duct tape.

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