Covid-19: 'Traumatised' hospital staff need time to recover
01/02/2021 | news | health | 176
Many staff could resign if they are rushed into tackling the NHS backlog, hospitals in England warn.
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01/02/2021 11:27:01 9 13
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So NHS 'heroes' are feeling overworked, stressed, and worn out?

Well guys, welcome to the world the rest of us live in.
You come across as a snivelling child incapable of empathy. You would be incapable of putting up with one day of working frontline NHS. You soft-skinned wet faced brat. Removed
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01/02/2021 11:10:52 6 9
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Complete nonsense. Why are people made out to be so pathetic these days? It’s their job. You do it, you have days off each week. You get on with things

To be fair it is usually some bunch of idiots making up this drivel of mental health on behalf of others but really as self promotion of their daft little non job in a useless paper shuffling fake job on high pay for doing nothing. Not the workers
You should be angry at the government for your own low pay, not angry at those actually doing something beneficial to society for their pay being higher than yours.

And you appear to have an undiagnosed mental illness yourself, at a guess either depression, psycopathy, or sociopathy, seeing as you appear to be so incapable of empathy
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01/02/2021 16:10:00 4 5
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Conscription for medically trained - I have Duke Of Edinburgh's First Aid badge and can shout "loosen her clothing" in several languages - I stand ready to serve!
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