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How could she be? It was a conversation. Belle thought that because she said it out loud she could be supported. It's not enough to say 'Well it's the medical and trained staff's problem because it was their decision to send him home. You're not guilty. Don't feel guilty'. How can you not feel guilty! She knew that she shouldn't have taken him horne. She was the one who in the end had to convince that woman to take her brother into a home that was falling apart. She was the one who made the promises to the woman that her brother would soon be transferred to the psychiatric hospital.
This in part explained why disease-orientated sessions dominated the timetables. I was also curious to find out how national and local nursing ideologies were reflected in the curriculum papers given to students at the beginning of training. These papers stated the general course philosophy and the aims, objectives and content of each of the fifteen modules (see Appendix C). I also wanted to find out whether these ideologies were visible in the classroom by studying the timetables further, observing selected teaching sessions and interviewing teachers and students.
Sitting in the hushed silence of the comfortable school library surrounded by books, the wards did indeed seem a world away rather than the five-minute walk to the adjacent building. 33 Often when I walked between the hospital and the school in 'off research' times, I would meet nurses hurrying either on or off duty. They would often stop to fill me in with the most recent events that I had 'missed' on the current ward I was studying. Had I heard that Robin had had another respiratory arrest? Did I know that Peter was going to be transferred to another ward for surgery?
The Emotional Labour of Nursing: Its impact on interpersonal relations, management and the educational environment in nursing by Pam Smith