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  • Lucien de Beer
    Lucien de Beer

    September 27, 2011 at 1:59 am

    Laughed at your comment about politeness…its all true!!
    I work as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner with admitting rights to hospital and prescribe most drugs.
    I still though don’t do as many “tasks” as I did in Johannesburg where I trained and worked and where RN’s in the Trauma Unit routinely inserted chest drains etc etc

  • Halie (Scrubs editor)
    Halie (Scrubs editor)

    September 29, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Oooh! Very exciting. I feel like I have never heard such a ringing endorsement for a nurse themed show! Setting my DVR now!

  • Leo

    October 12, 2011 at 5:33 am

    I live in London and watch the programme regularly. It shows just how dedicated nurses and healthcare professionals can be and the immense pressure that they are under.

    I work closely with a supplier of nurse call systems and I’m always on the lookout for programmes and press that show the amazing work carried out by nurses as they are never appreciated quite as much as they should be. The supplier of nurse call systems I work with is called Courtney Thorne and many nurses have said how the technology they supply has helped them perform their roles more efficiently within care homes and healthcare facilities.

    Anyway, bit off the track there! Glad you enjoyed the BBC show!

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