hulihulichicken1 karma2020-08-16 22:42:15 UTC
Not covid-related. My gran had an array of different experiences in nursing homes as her health declined from a rare degenerative brain disease. Some carers were rude, impatient and rough with my gran (who seemed less aware than she actually was due to the nature of her condition). The majority were lovely and kind, but all seemed stretched thin. This wasn't in the states, but as someone newly entering the system, do you notice many of your colleagues behaving in poor ways to patients, or experiencing a lack of staffing required to provide empathetic care?
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