Monthly Archives: November 2019

2019-53-nmc

2019 – 53 – nmc NMC Hello friend, Last one (for now). Much to my consternation, the phone call was to nurse X. Unexpectantly, she turned up a few minutes later at my place of work – stress levels…boom! I was taken to an empty classroom – both officer and nurse X were in attendance.
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2019-52-nmc

2019 – 52 – nmc NMC Hello friend, Nearly there… The next day and I’m still being forced to attend work – hard to believe, right? The previous evening, I’d asked an officer to find out from healthcare what they were proposing to do – he told me no-one responded. On this morning, I asked
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2019-51-ncm

2019 – 51 – ncm NCM Hello friend, The next day, I was once again forced to attend work. By the end of the morning I was being wheelchaired down to healthcare due to nearly fainting – the wheelchair had no footrests – humiliation. I saw another nurse. She made me show her how difficult
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2019-50-NMC

019 – 50 – nmc NMC Hello friend, There’s yet more… Due to her concern over my health and mistreatment, my mother contacted the prison several times – they failed to respond to any of these calls. I still had to attend work the next day – as I write this, I am lost for
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2019-49-NMC

2019 – 49 – nmc 2019 – 49 – nmc NMC Hello friend, For the next week, without the sick note that nurse X could have given me, I was forced to attend work under threat of being placed on report. My condition significantly worsened that week: dizziness; nausea; ‘wobbly’ legs; and, chronic fatigue –
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2019-48-NMC

2019 – 48 – nmc NMC Hello friend, It would appear that, upon her rather dramatic exit from the SO’s office, she submitted her malicious IR to Security (see 2019-42). So what do you think Security do once they receive their (alleged) intelligence? Well, one thing they do is determine the reliability of the information;
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2019-47-NMC

2019 – 47 – nmc NMC Hello friend, Immediately after that 1st interaction, I went back on the wing and spoke with a senior officer in his office. He suggested that I ask nurse X if she could do a short-term sick note. At that point, she came bowling into the office and, without invitation,
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2019-46-NMC

NMC Hello friend, The next few blogs cover 11 days in March of this year. So much has happened. In fact, it’s taken me 6 months to feel up to submitting the complaint – or more accurately, fitness to practice concern. Care UK – who are the private company who provide healthcare here – are
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