I am still wondering where the apology to St Joseph Hospital was? When the ICU nurse article came out, saying how
"big bad" Hospital management was and how unfair they were to the poor ICU nurses; yet after a legitimate firing- I never saw anything good about the hospital and how they were protecting patients. I never saw an apology to the hospital for how they jumped the gun and only wrote an article one-sided because the hospital respected the rights of their employees and were silent. I moved here a couple of years ago, and the hospital management has been supportive in change. Maybe along time ago they weren't which is why the union came in to assist. But now positive changes have been made and unfortunately the hospital felt the need to get "proof" of the misbehavings to protect patients and thankfully they did. I am proud to work at SJE and feel that they have supported all staff especially nurses. I feel shameful at some of the proproganda put out by the union and wish that it was more cohesive instead of such a struggle. I wish more that this journal wasn't so biased in its representation of issues.
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Aug 25, 2016
vol XXVII issue 34
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