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Millie (vivant actuellement en/au JORDAN) publié par lecteurs on 05/03/2014 +5
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Thamires (vivant actuellement en/au TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO) publié par lecteurs on 14/10/2013
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Nicole (vivant actuellement en/au COOK ISLANDS) publié par lecteurs on 14/10/2013
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Wilson (vivant actuellement en/au KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF) publié par lecteurs on 12/10/2013
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Gamze (vivant actuellement en/au SOUTH AFRICA) publié par lecteurs on 11/10/2013
Gordo, since I wrote my last comment, I am aware of the evtens in the past 12 hours ie the story on Lateline' on the ABC and follow-up phone-in on ABC 702 radio are pointing to a system under extreme pressure and people are speaking up nurses, care staff, residents, relatives to say This is a human rights issue'. It keeps coming back to staffing and skill mix: and money: for decent food, for proper skill mix of staff, for enough staff per shift. Nurses and care staff are trying to do their best, but can't manage in this scarcity.
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