But we could say the same about any minor ailment, couldn’t we? Sod’s law, a community pharmacist refers a tummy ache to a GP, he/she is gonna get a flea in their ear from the GP along the lines of “why the fuck couldn’t you deal with this yourself?”
Headaches, backache (I mention this because this was a CPCS referral to a pharmacist who treated it and wasn’t able to tell it was cancerous) and indigestion can all be confused for something more serious underlying. An independent prescribing pharmacist would have the tools and time to investigate and diagnose this properly.
Anyway, I’ll draw a line under this one as we probably won’t see eye-to-eye.
They may be supplementary nurse prescribers (who can only prescribe when restricted to a nurse formulary), non-prescribers or extended independent nurse prescribers (who, in theory, can prescribe anything)
(Wrong thread but Richarlison has just scored a worldie. Bastard)
I meant that only half seriously. I’d love it if the USA played well but I think the team has serious flaws. Their best shot against England is trying to soak up pressure and then go vertical really fast but they only have one guy who can truly do that (Tim Weah). I’m definitely a club over country guy though until the USSF cleans up their act.
@Electrifying I read NHS nurses are going on strike now. Health Secretary supposedly refuses to open negotiations whilst saying “Our priority is keeping patients safe". Your thoughts?
Reminds me of footballers going on about how bad this WC is whilst going there anyway lol I guess football is politics in the sense that it’s about saying a bunch of shit whilst doing absolutely nothing about it
This Gov need to rinsed of every penny. These cunts were doing dodgy PPE contracts pocketing millions from that and vaccine deals, only for billions of pounds to be wasted. Whilst emergency services worked 16 hour shifts. Seriously shit on them all.
That’s precisely the issue. The government seemed to have ample amounts of money to waste on so much fucking shit over the years but “can’t afford” reasonable pay rises after YEARS of public sector pay freezes.