Let Nurses Speak

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Jan Fryters
3 years ago
We pray and hope that this decision will be overturned in Court. If those who take care of vulnerable seniors can not speak up-, officially or privately, who will speak up for them ? The Prince Albert Seniors Advocacy Centre (www.seniorprincealbert.com) is very concerned about this case.

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Wende Parker
3 years ago
Nurses should gave every right to speak out about patient care especially their own family member.

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Geraldine Simonson
3 years ago
I think we have freedom of expression,freedom to want the best for our loved ones,and when we are not at work we should be free to advocate for our loved ones !!!

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Jan Fryters
3 years ago
ACUTE, LONG-TERM CARE AND PALLIATIVE CARE IN SASKATCHEWAN WILL ONLY IMPROVE IF PROFESSIONAL CARE PROVIDERS ARE NOT GOING TO BE "MUZZLED" (AND THAT'S WHAT IT IS) BY THEIR PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. IF NURSES CAN NOT SPEAK UP, WHO CAN ? SRNA, NO MATTER HOW YOU SLICE IT, IS TOTALLY WRONG.

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Jan Fryters
3 years ago
The decision was very heavy-handed and has absolutely nothing to do with protecting the general public - the number one rule of the SRNA.

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Alice Tataryn
3 years ago
I commend this woman in speaking out about the subpar care of her grandfather. My question would be Did anything change in the quality of care in this facility?

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Jan Lloyd-Vossen
3 years ago
I'm signing this because I am a nurse and a daughter ... who hoped and prayed that my dad would stay safe in what I perceived to be, an unsafe environment.

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Rhonda Jarvis
3 years ago
i want nurses to fight for all patients

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Olivia Flaherty
3 years ago
This is so sad. Nurses have a right to freedom of speech!

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Sharon Lloyd
3 years ago
Silencing nurses will hurt society. They advocate for the public and their families.