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Re: show of hands re: health care OT

Hear, hear! Hands on is the heart and soul of nursing. And you know, if hospitals spent more money on personnel and a little less on regionally redundant equipment (certificates of need are a joke), we would be able to spend more time on hands on and still document what is done.
On Thursday, January 2, 2003, at 04:23 PM, Judy L Browning wrote:

I hear you. For me, I still like the caring part of nursing, interacting
with people, helping them find ways to deal with unavoidable dilemmas.
I detest all the regulations and paperwork dictated by TPTB. I refused to
take typing or journalism, home ec etc, because they wouldn't let me take
woodshop in highschool. I tested very high in clerical abilities, so did all
I could to avoid that type job. Now how is my day spent? A couple or three
hours interacting with people. 4-5 interacting with computers and record
keeping/data entry.
I'll empty bedpans any day. At least you get to touch a live human in the
Judy B
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